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South Africa variant of Kovid: Massive testing of 8,000 people in Columbus

South Africa variant of Kovid: Massive testing of 8,000 people in Columbus

Elody d. Updated January 18, 2021 at 11:20 am January 18, 2021 at 11:23 am

Massive screening for the South African variant of the Kovid-19 takes place in Colombis. A total of 8,000 people will be tested after a student from the Zone of Arc group contacts a person who has tested positive for the South African variant, who lives in Wal-de-Marne. Among them, 2,250 students, teachers and their families belong to the Jean de Arc school group.

This Saturday, January 16th, 2021 we told you about this positive case with the South African variant in Wall-de-Marne. Since then, a massive screening has been conducted in the L-D-France section “to break this pollution chain”. “YetARS ile-de-France Takes one thing seriously Testing 8000 people Held at Columbis in Hots-de-scene !

A middle school student in the city eventually had contact with an infected man South African variant of Kovid-19, Lives in Wal-de-Marne. He was informed of the status of his contact case on Thursday, and should be made sure not to spread Virus in Columbus, Operation of Heavy screening Started Saturday.

ARS ‘goal is to test more than 8000 people in 4 days, before Tuesday evening. This massive screening campaign is taking shape at a nearby gym Zone of Arc School Group, Where a burnum is set. And variant liability risk, Two tests are performed, One needs to know if there is a virus, the other needs to know if it is an actual virus or its South African variant. To find out, the sample is sentBrowse Hospital, In Paris, if it is positive for coronavirus, another sample is sent to a APHP Lab To determine which variant it is.

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Among students of Zone of Arc School Group (Editor’s note. It goes from kindergarten to high school), teachers, administrative staff, their families … almost 8,000 people are called to test. Part of this operation New ARS plan to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 variants. This is because ARS Île-de-France now treats all “possible cases” and all “potential cases” as “confirmed cases” and, in particular, “to guarantee expeditious intervention” while in doubt and awaiting confirmation of the Thermo Fisher test.

Thus four new measures will be generalized across the region: monitoring and early detection of cases, prompt intervention around proven cases, testing and prevention campaigns for population and hazardous areas and, finally, strengthening information dissemination.