In Neuquén, a children’s home was closed by an employee with a coronavirus

A Neuquén children’s home was closed after confirming that an employee tested positive for coronavirus after having close contact with a policeman from the town of Las Perlas who was infected.

This is the Conviviendo home, where 19 swabs. The Integrated Emergency System (SIEN) arrived at the scene and carried out 14 tests for employees and five for boys from 13 to 17 years old who lived in the place.

“As all the operators had been in close contact with the positive case, they were given directives to isolate for 14 days beyond the result of the swab, “said a source quoted by the newspaper The morning of that province.

The Conviviendo children’s home was closed due to a positive case of coronavirus. (Photo: The Morning of Neuquén).

In this way, it was arranged that the adolescents who were in the place were transferred to a hospital since there were no adults able to take care of them, but four of them escaped.

Hours later, They were found and taken to two addresses in the provincial capital, where they must comply with a quarantine of 14 days.

The positive case that triggered the infections was that of head of the Subcomisaría 82 de Balsa Las Perlas. In this case, a headquarters of the Argentine Post Office was closed since a worker had close contact with this police officer. In addition, others tested positive three uniformed from that dependency.

Written by Argentina News

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