Americans hold “Corona Concerts” to spread the infection deliberately

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The epidemic It may be dangerous and put people at increased risk of hospitalization and even death".

And he said "In addition, it is not yet known whether people recovering from Covid 19 enjoy long-term protection" From getting it again.

Weizmann’s comments came after officials in Walla Walla County, 420 km southeast of Seattle, confirmed that part of about 100 injuries apparently had been caused intentionally during the so-called "Parties Coved 19".

The aim of these gatherings is to mix people without the disease with someone Injured Trying to catch an infection.

As of Wednesday, 94 cases of HIV infection had been registered in Walla Walla County and one death.

Megan Depault, a district health official, warned of such irresponsible behavior and urged residents in a post on "Facebook" Follow appropriate physical and social separation procedures to prevent transmission of the virus from one person to another.

She added "We need to use this time to act properly (…) so that we can begin to reopen our society. Coved 19’s parties are not part of the solution".

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The state’s health minister, John Weizman, warned that “gathering in groups at the height of an outbreak may be dangerous and expose people to a greater possibility of hospitalization and even death.”

“In addition, it is not yet known whether people recovering from Covid 19 enjoy long-term protection” from contracting it again, he said.

Weizmann’s comments came after officials in Walla Walla County, 420 kilometers southeast of Seattle, confirmed that part of about 100 injuries apparently had been caused intentionally during the so-called “Coffed 19 concerts.”

The aim of these gatherings is to mix people without the disease with an infected person in an attempt to catch the infection.

As of Wednesday, 94 cases of HIV infection had been registered in Walla Walla County and one death.

Megan Depault, a district health official, warned of such irresponsible behavior and urged residents in a Facebook post to follow appropriate physical and social spacing measures to prevent the transmission of the virus from one person to another.

“We need to use this time to act properly (…) so that we can begin to reopen our society. And Coffed 19’s parties are not part of the solution,” she added.







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