cases of covid
" were "
" among people who attended a nightclub in downtown Lille around July 14, according to the "
" carried out by the health authorities, who call other customers to get tested.
Read also: Covid-19: should we be worried about the increase in hospitalizations in France?
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 registration of the identity and telephone number of
", 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 “
” all customers to “
limit their social interactions while awaiting the results
” of a test.
Read also: Why only a minority of nightclubs will open this summer
All those who tested positive were "
invited to strict isolation for 10 days
The ARS "
reminds the operators of festive places in particular of the importance of ventilation of the premises