Four positive cases have “already been identified” and 43 contact cases are “under investigation,” the ARS said in a statement. A total of 143 people were tested on Friday. The tests will be subject to “proper screening” to determine the possible presence of the variant, ARS adds.
The province of Pas-Rin has announced the closure of the school.
The company says it has developed a plan to “have no outbreak of the disease.”
Targeted vaccination activities are scheduled for the weekend: 200 doses and several “dedicated places” are reserved for students in Strasbourg on Sunday and staff of bars and restaurants in the neighborhood neighborhoods. These individuals will benefit from the preferred access to the wire to register, and also refers to the ARS.
During the weekends of June 19 and 20, 2,600 doses and slots will still be allocated to augment this targeted vaccine campaign.
The ARS forecasts on Saturday that it will “strongly mobilize the mediators of the struggle against the cove”, mainly in the student district of Crudeno, where the school is located. During their wanderings, these agents will target “students and young people under the age of 30,” ARS reports.
The delta variant is believed to be particularly contagious. At the end of May, the British government, facing the pace of the epidemic, estimated that it would represent half to three-quarters of the new cases detected across the channel.
The Govt-19 epidemic in Pass-Rin is “moderate” according to the ARS, with 65 new cases per 100,000 population as of June 11, 2021.
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