Ten cases, one of which from Indian variant, were discovered in a gym Virgin Active of Milano, in the Città Studi area, which had reopened last year May 24. The outbreak was announced by the Ats Metropolitan City of Milan, which ordered the sequencing of the 9 infections of which the variant is not known to ascertain whether it is Indian or not. All positives are found in isolation.
The 140 visitors of the gymnasium that from 24 to 31 May – date of presence of the last case – attended the facility and had contact with at least one of the 10 cases detected. Everyone was invited to perform a antigenic or molecular test at the ATS buffer and drive through network.
Virgin Active has issued a note in which it claims to “respect all the sanitation measures provided by the government, both in individual training and in the conduct of collective classes “. The company adds that it “immediately made itself available with Ats by sharing the required data with respect to club attendance “for the appropriate time verifications with the aim of “protecting the salute of its collaborators and customers “.