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Italy reports first case of Variant COVID-19 infection found in South Africa

Italy reports first case of Variant COVID-19 infection found in South Africa

FILE: A nursing home in Bologna, Italy, set up a "hug house" to protect against the novel coronavirus. Old people living here can reunite with visiting families through glass.

February 5th According to the European Union News Agency quoted by the European Union News Agency on the European Network, the Italian Ministry of Civil Defense reported on the 4th that there were 13,659 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, with a total of 2597,446 confirmed cases; 422 new deaths, 90,241 deaths and 2,076,928 cured cases.

Recently, the Variant novel coronavirus has continued to spread in Italy.

On the 4th, Italy reported the first case of Variant coronavirus infection in South Africa, while about 10% of the population in a small town in Lombardy was infected with Variant coronavirus found in the United Kingdom.

It is reported that the hospital of Varese, Italy, informed the media on the 4th that a man in his 60s working in Malawi was sent to the hospital’s intensive care unit for treatment after returning to Italy due to coronavirus symptoms.

The test results show that the man was infected with the Variant novel coronavirus found in South Africa.

This is the first confirmed case of Variant coronavirus found in South Africa reported by Italy.

Meanwhile, about 10% of residents in the small town of Corzano, Brescia, Lombardy, have been diagnosed with the Variant novel coronavirus found in the UK in just a few days.

With more than 1,400 residents in the town, the mayor of Corzano has now confirmed nearly 140 cases of Variant coronavirus in the UK, 60% of which are primary school or kindergarten students.

At present, he and his family have also been infected.

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