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Written by SOT.COM.AL 26 Janar 2022
Shkodra region is one of the most affected in the country by the new variant of the coronavirus. About 45% of people who perform tampons come out positive. Chief of epidemiology Dhurata Hysa says that during this month both the number of tests and the number of infected have increased.
"The Omicron variant is present, which has a very high transmissibility. During the day we can do from 200 to 400 tests. "Of these 40-45% are confirmed positive", she said for Abc News.
Hysa emphasizes that the young people are most affected, but there were also children
"Mostly young people, when the schools were open and those of school age, but there are also pregnant women. The number of children of preschool age is lower, about 4-5 per day, which is confirmed as positive. "
According to the doctor, apart from Omicron, seasonal flu is circulating in Shkodra. She advises citizens not to neglect safeguards, avoid gatherings and get vaccinated.