Coronavirus, 20 serological positive among school staff in Umbria – Chronicle

The 1,334 serological tests for Covid to which the school staff in Umbria were subjected showed that 20 subjects came into contact with the virus. This was announced by the health councilor of the Umbria Region, Luca Coletto. “At the moment, I’m in isolation awaiting the result of the molecular swab,” he adds.

“The great active participation of teaching and non-teaching school staff gives us hope for a peaceful restart of the next school year and this is a fundamental element for our territory and peace of mind for families who live with apprehension the resumption of school activity” : underlines the commissioner. Noting that the serological tests to which the school staff in Umbria have already been subjected have been 1,334. Twenty came into contact with the virus and now in isolation awaiting the result of the molecular swab.
“All the school staff have shown, as always and as expected, a great sense of responsibility” the commissioner pointed out. “The data are encouraging – he added -, the participation in the first day and this morning was high and the results definitely bode well. If the number of registered accessions is confirmed also in the next few days, it suggests that it will be possible to finish the screening in time. expected and without great difficulty “.
In Umbria the serological screening campaign for Covid-19 infection for school staff, teaching and non-teaching, of public and equal schools of all levels was launched yesterday – underlined the Region – and in particular, the week from 24 to 29 August will be dedicated to the staff of the schools that will start activities on 1 September; from 1 to 12 September it will be the turn of the staff of the schools who will start teaching activities on 14 September.
The serological screening calendar was sent to all school administrators and, through them, to all school staff, with a request to promote adhesion to the campaign.

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