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Four People at Theagenio Clinic in Thessaloniki Tested Positive for COVID-19

October 23, 2020

THESSALONIKI — Four people working at the Theagenio Clinic in Thessaloniki have tested positive for Covid-19, the management of the clinic said on Friday.

The cases were identified last Tuesday after PCR tests were taken and all the health protocols were immediately implemented.

The manager of Theageneio, Evangelia Kourteli-Xouri, in a statement to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA), stated that the operation of the hospital has not been affected, while adding that since August, when employees started to return from their holidays, more than 800 tests have been carried out on staff, who continue to be tested after returning from leave.

 

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