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Who would have thought! Covid-19 spreads to the South Pole, Belgian station "researchers" spread
14211030cee6dc0b789dbf7b83367436.jpg A BelgianSLOTXOresearch center in the Antarctic is now fighting hard against the COVID-19 epidemic, despite its location in the remote and cold Antarctic. ABC News reported today that since mid-December, 11 of the 33 staff at the Princess Elizabeth Polar Research Station have been identified. Belgium's Elisabeth Polar Station tests positive for COVID-19 Joseph Cheek, Project Manager, Polar International Institute (International Polar Foundation), which runs the Belgian Antarctic Research Station. The South Pole told US media that the station's first case of coronavirus was found on Dec. 15, when an officer traveled to the Antarctic with a team through South Africa, where the Omicron virus was spreading. Although the infection was detected including strict travel requirements Before arriving in South Africa from the country of origin, officials were required to have a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to the flight. And after that, officials were quarantined in South Africa for 10 days and tested by PCR for five days of quarantine. And after the quarantine period was over, each of the staff had to be tested again by PCR 48 hours before the flight to bring them to the South Pole and five days after their arrival. It was the sixth day after arrival that the victim had the base's first positive test and was followed by two other staff colleagues thereafter, ABC News said. The three patients were evacuated on December 23, but after that, eight other staff members were found to have tested positive for COVID-19. It was found that all the staff had received two doses of the vaccine and one of them received the booster shot. All of the people with the condition had early symptoms and there are currently no cases of coronavirus at the Princess Elizabeth Research Station. “Nobody is infected with COVID-19. The station was in severe condition,” Sheikh said, adding that “Everyone recovered quickly. Those symptoms include Mainly a sore throat and sometimes a low-grade fever, fatigue, and sometimes a headache that lasts from 1 day to 3 days.”
Vložil: Who would have thought! Covid-19 spreads to the South Pole, Belgian station "researchers" spread v 04:02 dne 06.02.2022

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