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Infected after the first vaccine
Montecosaro, fears for a new outbreak: today the result of molecular swabs. The mayor Malaisi: “Worrying situation”
Macerata, January 28, 2021 – There are hours of apprehension in Montecosaro for possible contagions at the nursing home Opera Pia Antonio Gatti, where the first dose of the vaccine was recently administered. The conditional is a must, because they are waiting for the official results of molecular swabs, which could arrive in the morning. Only then will we have a certain picture of the situation and the presence or absence of an outbreak. What is certain is that the positive results of several rapid antigenic tests has been a wake-up call. Explaining the situation is Mayor Reano Malaisi.
“On Tuesday, a guest needed a rapid swab as a precautionary measure, and this turned out to be positive – he says -. So rapid blanket tests were carried out and about thirty positives emerged between guests and operators. Obviously the results must be confirmed by molecular swabs, which Asur carried out on Wednesday morning. Fortunately, all the guests are well and almost all are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms. Only two had a slight fever”.
“The situation raises concern’ continues Malaisi, ‘and strikes us very much since the home had managed to get to the first vaccination without any cases, after a year of great effort and strong restrictive measures, with management and operators who have acted professionally and with extraordinary work. The sacrifices made were many, as well as the activity of prevention. The possibility that the virus may have occurred, seven days after the booster vaccination, strikes and surprises us all. Also because the swabs are constant and have been carried out even before the first vaccine, resulting then negative. The opportunity to finally protect the guests seemed to have arrived. Now the nursing home has promptly activated all its protocols, with the facility in a condition to operate at full capacity, without problems. We’re hoping for good news and hoping above all for the best for the health of the residents.”
The first 84 doses of the vaccine were administered among guests (56) and employees on January 13. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, in February 2020, the management of the facility imposed strict measures, so much so that since that time the residence has been closed to the public, with constant checks on employees and guests.
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