The Córdoba health authorities had to start the coronavirus health protocol surprisingly this Saturday morning. Due to two positive cases of COVID-19, they isolated a commercial area of the city and they implemented a restrictive sanitary cord for 48 hours. They tested around 200 people.
Everything happened in the Mercado Norte area, located in the central radius of the provincial capital, from the detection of two positive cases of coronavirus linked to people from a nearby supermarket. Is about an employee and a local customer.
“When looking for possible links of contagion, it was determined that the young man works in a supermarket in the Mercado Norte area and that the lady attended the same on a daily basis to stock up,” a spokesperson for the Emergency Operational Committee (COE) told the newspaper. local String 3.
The official report of the COE explained that, as a result of the two cases, a “combined diagnostic expansion strategy was launched, with PCR studies (swabs) to close contacts and people with possible symptoms. “For that, they closed the market block and Those who transited the area had to stay within the determined perimeter.
A population sampling was carried out with about 900 quick tests that were carried out among the employees of the sector and those who were in the area, which will be closed for 48 hours to be disinfected. Depending on the result of the tests, people should isolate themselves at home and wait for the instructions from the health team.
The operation mobilized 50 professionals health, as well as security and logistics support personnel.
The North Market is a commercial food products general, retail and wholesale venue with an important daily movement, particularly on Saturdays, which is located between Sarmiento, San Martín, Oncativo / La Tablada and Rivadavia streets.
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