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Covid-19: Tavira Moves To Extremely High Risk

Covid-19: Tavira Moves To Extremely High Risk The number of cases reported over the past 14 days will raise Tavira municipality to Extremely High Risk Covid-19. It is the worst result so far during pandemic, and puts Tavira as one of the highest Covid-19 risk levels in the country.

Tavira has 593 confirmed cases of the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 since the beginning of the pandemic, of which 200 – more than a third – were registered in the last five days.

Tavira is currently at Moderate Risk, but the municipality reportsed today that the municipality cases have exceeded the level of Extremely High Risk (from the 236 cases for Tavira).

The municipality of Tavira now has 266 cases accumulated between the period of December 20th to January 2nd, 47 more new cases in the last 24 hours.

As for deaths, there are 4 registered, the same as the day before. The number of cases recovered in the last 24 hours is now 347, 12 more than in the last bulletin released.

An outbreak in one of Tavira’s homes and another among users of a public gym are identified as the cause of the “exponential increase” of registered cases.

The parish priest of Tavira, Father Miguel Neto, asked citizens for “responsibility” at this time of pandemic, reminding them of the serious epidemiological situation in the municipality.

“At this moment, Tavira faces a serious situation regarding the Covid-19 disease, caused by the SARS CoV-2 virus. We think that we all behave appropriately and carefully, but if we did, we would not be suffering and living with such sad numbers. This shows that our behavior has an influence on the lives of others, on social peace, on the way we live in society. The obligation of the Christian is not his individual experience of Faith, but his community experience, translated into concrete acts in favor of others and that implies a concern for the common good, for peace, for true peace “, reflects Father Miguel Neto.


Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/