No “Patient Zero” for Coronavirus in Spain

No “Patient Zero” for Coronavirus in Spain
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THE Coronavirus in Spain did not have the traditional “Patient Zero”. It has been confirmed that originally in Spain there were over 500 entry points for the Coronavirus.

Several events that were held in February 2020 have shown to be how the Coronavirus took such a devastating hold over the country, which lead to the national lockdown in March. According to El País, researchers led by Iñaki Comas, from the Valencia Institute of Biomedicine, found that “Patient zero doesn’t exist”. Some of the main events identified as the source of infection were, the February football match between Valencia and Atlanta, that saw over 2,500 people visit Milan, and the international contemporary art fair that was held in Madrid.

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