Monday, September 20, 2021

Colombians in Wuhan end their quarantine without a trace of coronavirus

The 41 Colombians who, since the night of February 27, remained in the sports village Centro de Alto Rendimiento, in Bogotá, completed this Thursday the 14 days of preventive isolation in order to determine if the new coronavirus was incubating in their bodies.

According to the Ministry of Health, the 15 people residing in Wuhan (the place where the outbreak of this pandemic began), the 11 crew, two members of Immigration, five from the Red Cross and two from the National Institute of Health who were part of the repatriation operation, as well as a doctor, a nurse and four general service people who accompanied them in the quarantine all gave negative results in the tests for coronavirus that were carried out on days 7 and 14, reported El Tiempo.

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