Altri due casi di positività al coronavirus, dopo quello della turista bergamasca ricoevrata all’ospedale Cervello, sono stati registrati a Palermo attraverso il tampone faringeo che è stato eseguito all’istituto d’igiene del Policlinico. I due nuovi casi riguardano il marito della turista bergamasca ricoverata all’ospedale Vincenzo Cervello e un’altra persona che faceva parte del gruppo di 28 turisti arrivati sei giorni fa nel Capoluogo siciliano. Anche i due nuovi tamponi sono stati inviati all’Istituto superiore di sanità per la conferma. (ANSA).
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