the Agency for Patient safety have found 18 smittetilfælde with coronaviruses, which can be traced back to a plane, flying from Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, to Copenhagen 6. June.
It informs the agency on Thursday.
on Tuesday told the agency that six people from the plane were registered infected.
- Out of the 18 infected were 16 on board the plane, while the two people close contacts, which subsequently is tested positive, but who were not on board.
- Four people are estimated to have been infectious at the time, where they found themselves on board the plane, writes the Danish Agency for Patient safety.
All the relevant persons are contacted by the Danish Agency for Patient safety.
Nevertheless, the agency does not exclude the possibility that there is more smittetilfælde in the future with relation to the flight.
the Case illustrates clearly that it is incredibly important that we continue to fit on ourselves and each other by following the recommendations on the to keep distance, have good hygiene and let us test, writes acting director at the Agency for Patient safety Anette Lykke Petri.
on Tuesday told the board the first time, that had brought the infection to Denmark from the plane from Pakistan.
Here told the board that there was talk about the flight of the PK8771 from Islamabad, which landed in Copenhagen Airport the 6. June. There were 318 passengers on board.
It is not indicated whether the infected is still in Denmark, as it is sensitive information.
But the Agency for Patient safety reported Tuesday that the infected have been with the plane of entry in Denmark.
the Agency has not wanted to inform, whether it is Danish or foreign nationals.
All the passengers have been on board the aircraft, are encouraged to be particularly aware of the symptoms of the coronavirus.
If you suspect that you may be infected, it is recommended to isolate themselves and book an appointment for a test or contact their doctor. However, it is important that you do not show up unannounced at the doctor.
in General, the authorities have urged to danes who return home from abroad, isolating itself in 14 days.