New Zealand Coronavirus infection has documented between two people who did not even meet, due to poor ventilation in a hotel. It was hypothesized that suspended aerosol particles were the likely mode of transmission and that the closed and unventilated space in the hotel corridor likely facilitated this infection.
It all began on September 18, 2020, when a case arose Covid-19 In New Zealand. The case was in a person who was a newcomer from India who completed 14 days in Christchurch, New Zealand and twice tested negative for SARS-CoV-2, who was later released. This condition is the patient who would be called G.
A case G patient traveled from Christchurch to Auckland, New Zealand with many other people. This condition then showed symptoms and tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 after four days.
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Then people in close contact with Patient G. were monitored and evaluated.
Evidence of transmission in isolation and quarantine
All people were quarantined in a commercial hotel facility that was being repurposed for other purposes, as each room had its own bathroom and no balcony. Another patient who was identified as C tested positive on day 12 and was transferred to the isolation department of this facility.
Before their transfer, an adult and a child, both of whom had returned from India on the same flight, were in the next room. Both the adult and the child completed a 14-day quarantine. Each person had 2 negative test results and no symptoms were reported. But then it showed positive results for SARS-CoV-2 While at the hotel (these two cases are called Patients D and E).
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Therefore, they assumed that suspended aerosol particles were the likely mode of transport in this case, and that the closed and unventilated space in the hotel corridor likely facilitated the event. Fountain: Center for Disease Control
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