A new cluster detected in a nightclub, in Lille this time ... Seventy-eight "cases of Covid" were "identified" among people who attended a nightclub in downtown Lille around July 14, according to "contact tracing »Carried out the health authorities, who call on other customers to be tested.
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“The contact tracing carried out by the health insurance and the ARS from the 6 cases initially declared thus revealed a rapid chain of contamination, considering both the large number of people who participated in these evenings and the festive context inherent in this type of establishment, ”reports the Hauts-de-France Regional Health Agency in a press release.
"The current screening reveals a mutation suggestive of the Delta variant" according to the press release.
Ten days of strict isolation
"The registration of the identity and telephone number of the Room customers", between July 13 and 17, taken by the management of the nightclub "allows the Health Insurance to continue the contact tracing", adds the ARS, which “strongly urges” all customers to “limit their social interactions while awaiting the results” of a test.
All those who tested positive were "invited to strict isolation for 10 days".
In the Doubs, more than sixty positive cases had been detected after parties in a local nightclub.
The ARS "reminds the operators of festive places in particular of the importance of ventilating the premises".
As a reminder, since July 9, access to clubs and discos is conditional on the presentation by customers of a valid health pass.