Covid-19 epidemic: first case spotted in Estonia

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First case of infection with coronavirus spotted in Estonia as Interfax-Ukraine reported citing Estonian Social Affairs Minister Tanel Kiik.

An infected person is a citizen of Iran who returned to Estonia.

“Today in the morning, the information was received that the first infected was identified in Estonia as yesterday’s evening. The issue is about a permanent resident of Estonia who is not its citizen,” Tanel Kiik said.

A diseased man is hospitalized.

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As we reported, the first case of coronavirus infection was recorded among Ukrainians in Italy.

Besides, German Health Minister Jens Spahn warned that Germany ‘is at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic’.

Moreover, the infection with coronavirus was spotted in mainland Spain. The incident was observed in Catalunya. A 36-year-old Italian was hospitalized; she traveled to Milan and Bergamo for ten days, and then she felt sick. Currently, she just suffers from typical symptoms of influenza. Medics consider it is a light case of coronavirus infection.

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