north sardinia

Four new cases in Bultei, one in Erula

In Villanova Monteleone there are 62 infected, including 12 elementary and middle school children
il municipio di bultei (foto concessa dal comune)
Il municipio di Bultei (foto concessa dal comune)

The number of coronavirus cases in Bultei rises . According to the communication given by the mayor, Daniele Arca, four other citizens are infected.

"The situation is under control - these are his words - thanks to the collaboration of the GP, the police and the same positive people who have shown a great sense of responsibility. They are all in isolation as well as their families".

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Seven positives return to Erula , where a new case has been registered. There are four people in quarantine. "The protocols envisaged by the rules have already been started - underlined the mayor, Marianna Fusco -. We continue to respect the rules".

There are 62 cases of coronavirus in VillanovaMonteleone . The twelve positive children in primary and lower secondary school are also worrying. For this reason, the mayor Vincenzo Ligios has extended the closure of all schools until 8 December.

"I know it is an inconvenience - so the mayor - but the return to class of our children must take place in total safety". The municipal microphone and public offices will still be closed.

Two new cases of covid-19 infection are also recorded in Badesi, which emerged after the last day of screening in which 198 swabs were administered.

There are now 44 positive citizens in Ploaghe , while in Romana the conditions of the only infected are improving: the mayor Lucia Catte. "I'm fine - he declared -, but the times are long. I'm awaiting the outcome of the molecular swab and let's hope for the best".

Siligohopes to be Covid-free in a few days. The two virus-positive seniors are waiting for the return swab. The situation in the S'Aspru structure, which houses Mondo X, is stable. "The situation - said the mayor, Giovanni Porcheddu - is under control and is constantly monitored".

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