Coronavirus, in Rome positive eight boys returned from Malta and one person returning from Ibiza
Contact tracing initiated by the Asl of the capital city
Coronavirus, in Rome positive eight boys returned from Malta and one person returning from Ibiza airport
Asl Roma 3 reported the positivity of 8 boys between 17 and 19 years old, who returned on August 7 from Malta where they were on holiday for a week and a new positive return from Ibiza on July 31 where they had stayed in a villa with friends. Contact tracing started on the close contacts of the eight, which at the moment seem to be circumscribed, and international contact tracing for the boy returned from Spain. The Region has reported that 8 out of 10 boys are confirmed cases and that family members and other close contacts have been identified and placed in isolation. Rome airport Fco to Malta airport flights and premises frequented in Malta have been communicated to Seresmi. One of the boys in the Malta group, who had returned to Rome early on 3 August, was found in Trento on holiday with his family. He was put in solitary confinement in the hotel.
#Coronavirus: Crisis Unit Lazio Region: ASL Roma 3 reports the positivity of 8 boys between 17 and 19 years of age…
Published by Salute Lazio on Sunday, August 9, 2020
#Coronavirus: Crisis Unit Lazio Region: Asl Roma 3 announces a new positive return from Ibiza on July 31…
Published by Salute Lazio on Sunday August 9, 2020
“I want to make an appeal to the boys: be careful because with Covid there is no joke, it risks jeopardizing you and your dearest affections”, says the Councillor for Health of the Lazio Region, Alessio D’Amato, adding that “we expect an increase in cases”. The councillor therefore stresses: “We need to pay the utmost attention to the respect of prevention measures, we must not lower our guard”.
Yesterday, however, in Latina, a case of positive return from vacation was found: it was a girl who had just returned from Croatia. On her return she had attended a gymnasium in Latina, which was closed to allow sanitation.