Covid: mayor, ‘too many under 12 infected, no Halloween’

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(ANSA) – BARI, OCTOBER 30 – “It is strongly recommended not to organize any type of event related to Halloween, as most of the current population affected by the virus is made up of minors and there is a high probability of an increase of the spread, also in consideration of the fact that often the protagonists of these celebrations are children under the age of 12 and therefore excluded, for the moment, from the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 “. This was written by Davide Carlucci, mayor of Acquaviva delle Fonti, in the Bari area, where there is currently a rate of 118 new cases per week per 100,000 inhabitants, “the highest figure in the metropolitan city of Bari” says Carlucci, and positive cases ” are undergoing an exponential increase in the last few days “, with 59 infections, 23 of which concern under 12, more than doubled in four days. (HANDLE).


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