A traditional Christmas meal in a Spanish hospital was spoiled on Wednesday after nearly half of the restaurant’s diners tested positive for the virus
A fact that reminds us, whether vaccinated or not, applying barrier gestures remains a must. The traditional Christmas meal for the nursing staff in the intensive care unit of a Spanish hospital in Malaga, Andalusia, the Andalusian daily reports. employment.
collected in 1He is Last december to share a moment of festive coexistence welcome After all they’ve been through for over a year and a half the staff were disappointed.
of guests 174 are invited to the meal on that wednesday, 80 infected with covid virus The tests proved positive in the following days. This means nearly half of the participants.
According to Andalusian health authorities, all of them gave a negative pre-meal coronavirus test and/or had already received a booster dose of the vaccine.
In the face of this giant mass, all the caregivers on duty have been placed in quarantine. Even if the infected did not show any symptoms. The decision required a complete reorganization of hospital services.
And the Andalusian government launched an investigation to determine the source of these injuries, and banned, until further notice, festive moments in all the region’s hospitals, both public and private.
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