A person from the crowded outdoor party in the us state of Missouri on Memorial Day, which went viral, has been tested positive for the coronavirus.
to inform the health authorities in the district of Camden, according to the u.s. media CNN.
A video was shared extensively on Twitter 25. may, which showed hundreds of people partying in and by a pool on the american holiday of Memorial Day in the area of the Lake of the Ozarks in the state of Missouri, UNITED states.
According to the health authorities there is a high probability that the infected also were infected by the party.
A video was shared extensively on Twitter 25. may, which showed hundreds of people partying in and by a pool on the american holiday of Memorial Day in the area of the Lake of the Ozarks in the state of Missouri, UNITED states. Photo: Twitter/Lawler50/Reuters
the Video of the many revelers caused a stir in the UNITED states, where the majority of the länder is still closed down due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
In Missouri are over 12,000 registered as infected, and about 730 have died with the virus, writes CNN.
Authorities in Camden is now calling on all who were close to the party to be aware of any symptoms of Covid-19.
the Bar, which was behind the party, called Backwater Jacks. It maintains that no rules were violated. No with temperatures above 37.5 was closed in, and who was hired health care professionals to the party, they say.
The us authorities recommend that persons keep a distance of two meters to each other. On the video you can see that the recommendations were not complied with.
the UNITED states has been hit hard to coronavirusset, where over 102.000 coronarelaterede deaths have been registered. It is clear the most of all countries where the Uk with over 38.000 deaths has registered the second-most.
the UNITED states'death toll is also among the highest in the world relative to population. Here, the UNITED states has over 30 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.
For comparison, Denmark has registered 568 coronarelaterede deaths, which is equivalent to almost 10 per 100,000 inhabitants.