Minister of Health: 17% of people who circulate in shopping malls have COVID-19


The Minister of Public Health, Plutarco Arias, affirmed this Wednesday that between 17% and 16% of the people who circulate in the different shopping malls are positive for the coronavirus, which they determined when carrying out random tests in those centers. “We have gone to shopping malls trying to track cases. We have even managed to make 16 or 17 percent of people who walk in shopping malls positive; that is, it is a high number. Most are asymptomatic,” he said during an interview on radio station Z101. He said that it is difficult to control the contagion factors in these centers because the infected do not present symptoms. He reiterated that the Dominicans continue to take the corresponding measures to avoid the disease’s spread, avoiding crowds. He pointed out […]

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