Everywhere in Europe, the infections on the rise with the novel Coronavirus, and more and more infection is not known to be herd. In the North of Spain have, according to the media, about 60 people reporting to a funeral in the Basque country with the Virus infected. Some of the reports speak of 80 Infected, the majority of Sinti and Roma. 6 of them are in the hospital.
As, the Spanish daily newspaper "El País", writes, this is one of the largest foci of infection in the country. The majority of the Infected comes from the Region of Rioja, just 100 kilometers to the South of Vitoria-Gasteiz, where the funeral ceremonies had taken place. Sources within the Spanish health Ministry said, in front of "El País": "The connection between the funeral and the infection is the main hypothesis that we investigate."
the head of The center for health emergencies, Fernando Simon, confirms a connection between the infections in Rioja and the funeral ceremony in Vitoria-Gasteiz. It was a limited group. There was no danger for the population, insured by the epidemiologist.
buses of 600’000 euros
The Situation requires "extraordinary measures and a robust action" to stop the spread of the Virus, said the health Minister at a press conference. In a communication to the regional health wrote to velvet, that officials would be used by the national police and the Guardia Civil, to "ensure that the correct compliance of domestic Isolation."
a guest at the funeral before in Italy
have been Affected, it goes so far is good. To be completely healthy and have no symptoms, they reported to the local newspaper "La Rioja". As you might guess, she is a guest at the funeral, which had been previously in Italy.
Spain is one, to date, about 1600 Infected and 35 Corona-the Dead in the country. In Madrid, where the number of Infected doubled within 24 hours, as well as in the Basque country and Rioja, the government has now decided to ban events with more than 1000 people. Schools and universities in those regions were closed.
Created: 10.03.2020, 18:12 PMUpdated Date: 10 March 2020, 18:01