France: The outbreak of the Indian version of the Delta coronavirus has been detected in Strasbourg

France: The outbreak of the Indian version of the Delta coronavirus has been detected in Strasbourg

The infection was detected in four people, and 43 of their contacts were recorded.

On Friday, 143 people were screened. The Prefecture of the Lower Rhine Department has announced the closure of a school in Krutenau, Strasbourg’s student district.

Targeted vaccinations are scheduled for the weekend. 200 doses are reserved for Sundays for students and staff of bars and restaurants in selected neighborhoods in Strasbourg. These people will benefit from the priority of vaccination, the ARS states. 2,600 doses of the vaccine have been reserved for next weekend (June 19-20).

The ARS also expects a “strong mobilization of moderators to fight the coronavirus” on Saturday, mainly in Krutenau. Ars explained that during the meetings, moderators would educate students and others under the age of 30.

The delta variant is considered particularly contagious. Looking at the speed of the epidemic, the UK government has estimated that this strain is already responsible for 91 percent. New infections in this country.

However, the outbreak in the Lower Rhine department remains “moderate”, the ARS estimates, showing that the incidence rate is now 65 new cases per 100,000. Residents.


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