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Sport Covid-19: massive testing operation in Burgos, the worst-hit city in Spain

21:15  21 november  2020
21:15  21 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The virus was first confirmed to have spread to Spain on 31 January 2020, when a German tourist tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 in La Gomera, Canary Islands. Post-hoc genetic analysis has shown that at least 15 strains of the virus had been imported

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Opération massive des tests pour tenter de freiner la pandémie de Covid-19 à Burgos (nord de l'Espagne) le 21 novembre 2020 © Cesar Manso Massive testing operation to try to curb the Covid-19 pandemic in Burgos (northern Spain) on November 21, 2020

A massive testing operation began Saturday in Burgos (north) to try to curb the pandemic in the Spanish city most affected by the plague, an AFP photographer noted.

Its inhabitants showed up in large numbers despite the cold throughout the day in the sports hall where the operation was taking place, even if the queues were never very long.

Opération massive des tests pour tenter de freiner la pandémie de Covid-19 à Burgos (nord de l'Espagne) le 21 novembre 2020 © Cesar Manso Massive testing operation to try to curb the Covid-19 pandemic in Burgos (northern Spain) on November 21, 2020

The aim of the operation is to have tested 25% of the 175,000 inhabitants of Burgos in a week.

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"Every time we spot a case, it means that we avoid five to seven positive cases or perhaps more after a week," Mónica Chicote, an operation manager, told reporters.

With 1,750 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days - against 419 on average in Spain - Burgos is the hardest-hit city in the country despite the numerous restrictions in progress, including the closure of bars and restaurants and the ban on meeting in more than three people.

Opération massive des tests pour tenter de freiner la pandémie de Covid-19 à Burgos (nord de l'Espagne) le 21 novembre 2020 © Cesar Manso Massive test operation to try to curb the Covid-19 pandemic in Burgos (northern Spain) on November 21, 2020

Spain, where a curfew has been in force since the end of October -to With the exception of the Canary Islands archipelago, in the Mediterranean - has recorded more than 42,000 deaths and 1.5 million people infected since the start of the pandemic.

Opération massive des tests pour tenter de freiner la pandémie de Covid-19 à Burgos (nord de l'Espagne) le 21 novembre 2020 © Cesar Manso Massive test operation to try to curb the Covid-19 pandemic in Burgos (northern Spain) on November 21, 2020

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