Nine of the 65 Covit-19 positives returning from Malta yesterday were affected by a rash as they landed at Abruzzo Airport. The regional task force, as a precaution, has decided to keep all 70 passengers on the plane in reliable isolation for 14 days, even those with green passes because they are considered close positive interactions. Regional contact for emergencies, Alberto Albany, who wanted screening service at the airport, was then ordered by Governor Marco Marcelio with an order requiring testing from Malta, the United Kingdom and all who came from Spain.
The service in question began yesterday afternoon, with the flight coming from Malta. Of the 70 passengers, 65 were tested and the other five refused to get a green pass. All nine positives are juvenile, asymptomatic, or psychiatric. Other sweeps were carried out on passengers on the flight from London this morning.
“The Abruzzo Region and the Emergency Response Team – Albany says – have taken a step in the right direction, and the move has brought immediate first results.
The virus returns to critical stages of transmission. We have decided to arrange 14 days of reliable isolation for all passengers, regardless of the Green Pass. Fortunately, the positives were able to intercept immediately. We are trying to cause any explosions in the motel. Communication tracking activities will start now “.
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