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46 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Yecla (22/04/2020)

| In Yecla there have been 46 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection as of April 22 | SITUATION REPORT OF COVID-19 IN THE REGION OF MURCIA APRIL 22, 2020In the Region of Murcia to the date of the report there have been 1,717 confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection.

The first case was declared on March 6 and confirmed as positive on March 8.Currently 127 cases are admitted to hospitals in the Region, of which 25 are in the ICU.761 patients have been epidemiologically discharged and 123 deaths have occurred.The diagnostic tests carried out for the detection of coronaviruses have been 18796.See full report COVID-19 and food security.

Questions and answers (European Commission) Can I get infected from consuming certain foods?According to the food safety agencies of the EU Member States, it is highly unlikely that you will get COVID-19 as a result of food handling.The European Food Safety Authority has further noted that there is currently no evidence that food is a likely source or route of transmission for the COVID-197 virus.No information is currently available on whether the virus responsible for COVID-19 can be present in food, survive in food, and infect people.However, despite the sheer magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, no transmission of this disease through food consumption has been reported to date.Therefore, there is no evidence that food poses a risk to public health in relation to COVID-19.The main mode of transmission of COVID-19 is considered to be from person to person, mainly through the respiratory droplets produced by infected people when sneezing, coughing, or exhaling.

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