Coronavirus Outbreak IN German Convent

Coronavirus Outbreak IN German Convent
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CORONAVIRUS outbreak in German convent as dozens of nuns self-isolate

Dozens of nuns in a convent in Germany’s Lower Saxony have been forced into isolation after some 76 people tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, November 24. Although officials in the religious order say that the cases so far have been mild, the convent in Thuine is taking every precaution.

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“Nobody has had to go to the hospital, and we are grateful for that,” said Reiker.

The order runs several day schools and a boarding school for boys. “How things will continue with the facilities is still in flux,” Reiker said.

In recent weeks Germany has started to show a slight slowing on coronavirus rates, with the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) showing a decrease of 1,130 Covid-19 infections from the 15,741 confirmed in the last week of November.


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