Chinanews, Paris, November 3 (Reporter Li Yang) The suspect in the Nice attack in France was diagnosed with the Coronavirus on the 2nd. As a result, many policemen who were handling the case at the crime scene were also required to undergo virus testing.
A knife attack occurred in the southern French city of Nice on the 29th, killing three people and injuring many others. According to French BFM television and other media reports, the Nice Assault suspect threatened the police who arrived at the scene after the attack.
After being shot and wounded by the police, he was sent to the hospital for treatment. He was tested for the virus during treatment and was diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
According to a police source, the 21-year-old Tunisian suspect is still recovering from his physical condition and is currently unable to answer police interrogation; now only one person suspected of being connected to the suspect is detained; the suspect’s identity, background, The motive of committing the crime and whether any accomplices were involved are still being carefully investigated and studied by the police.
According to the Tunisian investigation, the suspect has a criminal record of violence and drug abuse. He smuggled from Tunisia to Lampedusa, Italy in September, and then managed to enter France from Italy in October. The French Interior Minister Dalmanin said that there was only a short time between the entry of the suspect into France and the execution of the attack.