Coronavirus: Testing for Rome's Bangladeshi community

Several positive cases within the community in recent days

(ANSA) - ROME, JUL 3 - Lazio Health Chief Alessio D'Amato said Friday that the region is launching a drive for blanket testing of Rome's Bangladeshi community after several positive coronavirus cases were registered in recent days.
    Bangladeshi nationals are being called on to go to a drive-in test centre in via Nicolo' Forteguerri, in southern Rome, for swabs as of Monday.
    The positive cases involving the community have led to the closure of two outlets at Fiumicino, near Rome.
    A man who recently returned to Italy from Bangladesh is being treated for COVID-19 in a Rome hospital The city has also registered a case linked to Pakistan, with a 10-year-old baby who arrived from the Asian country testing positive.. (ANSA).


Change cookie consent