Covid, positive firefighters in Rimini and Novafeltria: seven cases of contagion

Covid, positive firefighters in Rimini and Novafeltria: seven cases of contagion
Covid, positive firefighters in Rimini and Novafeltria: seven cases of contagion

Seven firefighters from the Rimini and Novafeltria barracks tested positive for Covid: they had all received the vaccine.

The health authorities have noted the development of a Covid outbreak between the firefighters of the Rimini and Novafeltria barracks: a total of seven Firefighters, all already vaccinated with both doses, tested positive.

Positive firefighters in Rimini

According to what emerged, these would not be clusters born inside the barracks, which remain regularly open, but the operators would have become infected during meetings made outside of their respective workplaces. The confirmation of the positivity came after the swabs made in the face of the onset of symptoms.

The five infected firefighters, five operating in Novafeltria and two in Rimini, would still be in good health and paucisymptomatic.

The vaccine (it is not known if everyone had already received both the first and second dose) in fact strongly reduces the problems that can arise in the most serious cases.

Positive firefighters in Rimini: the data of the infection

On Thursday 21 October the province of Rimini recorded 27 new positive cases, including 6 asymptomatic and 21 symptomatic, e two deaths. They are two men, one 83 years old from Rimini and one 94 from San Leo.

As for the infections, the regional bulletin announced that 5 were detected by symptoms, 19 by contact tracing and 3 by tests for returning from abroad.

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Covid positive firefighters Rimini Novafeltria cases contagion

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