Concerns after new coronavirus clusters in Malaga and Murcia form
Written by on June 26, 2020
80 cases of the coronavirus have been detected at a red cross centre in Malaga. The outbreak was reported by the Ministry of Health of the Andalusian Government earlier this week, however the spread of the virus in the cluster has caused some concern.
The first case was recorded on the 21st June, with those in the centre placed in quarantine. Up to a hundred people are currently being tested for exposure to the virus.
Meanwhile in Murcia another cluster of 19 people has been detected after three people traveled from Bolivia to Madrid’s Barajas airport and onwards to the Murcia region. 60 people are currently under quarantine measures whilst tests are ongoing. Another passenger from Catalonia who was on the flight has also tested positive for coronavirus.
However local health authorities in both regions have said that these outbreaks are under control.