Greek tourists who tested positive for coronavirus during a sampling test carried out in the area of Mestre, a few kilometers away from Galinotati, continue to be isolated and in a hospital unit outside Venice.
According to medical information, two of the twenty-five tourists who tested positive for the coronavirus (initially the Italian media reported twenty-three) have more severe respiratory problems. The number of infected people increased gradually, during a series of tests.
Italian doctors provide all the necessary care and, where appropriate, monoclonal antibody therapy may be given.
The tourists had arrived by bus in Italy and, according to what has emerged so far, only three were found to be negative for the coronavirus. Both of them have already returned to our country by air.