Local outbreak of the coronavirus in Ringsted and Aarhus right now should be a reminder to all about keeping distance and good hand hygiene so the infection does not get out of control.
so says professor Lars Østergaard from Aarhus university Hospital.
- There will always be a place where the virus is flourishing up. It, there is the art, is to have stopped the revival as quickly as possible, before it runs amok.
- Right now it is about to get the people to turn back to the things we did before. For we have surely become less aware to keep distance and keep good hand hygiene, he says.
in Particular, a local outbreak of the coronavirus in Ringsted caused a stir. Here is 79 out of a total of 850 employees at Danish Crown's slaughterhouse found to be contaminated.
the Situation has grown the community's own preparedness over the head, then sought help from neighboring municipalities. Tuesday morning is a test center opened in Ringsted.
But most recently also the number of infected people in the Aarhus created a stir.
over the weekend is 50 persons found infected in Aarhus out of the 207 at the national level.
According to Lars Østergaard can be single events such as a football feast have been to increase the infection. Around 1000 AGF-fans on the town hall square in Aarhus celebrated recently, that the club got the bronze in the 3F League.
- But this is probably not the only explanation, we can look at the figures, that the increase both in men, women and children.
- We can also see an increase in the nearby municipalities - in fact, in the entire Region in the Middle. So it is probably a more general problem, and not just attached some single events, he says.
According to Kåre Mølbak, technical director at Statens Serum Institut, is the development in the number of new infections is not out of control - yet.
- It is only now that we really see an increase after the reopening, and for the present is the increase is not alarming. There is no evidence of major smittekæder or outburst that is out of control.
- But the increase shows that we are still in an epidemic, and we must do everything we can to control it. As a citizen, it is about maintaining a physical distance and hand hygiene, he said Monday.