St. Olav’s hospital confirms twelve cases of the delta variant in Trondheim

St. Olavs hospitalPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB
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Andreas Christensen, the chief physician at St. Olav’s hospital, told newspaper Adresseavisen that twelve cases of the delta coronavirus variant had been detected in Trondheim.

Eleven corona cases were registered before the weekend, and, at the time, the lab at St. Olav’s hospital thought there was a very high probability that the cases were caused by the Indian variant, also called the delta variant.

“The cases are distributed over four infection clusters, which have no direct connection to each other. Two of the clusters are well delimited, while, in the other two, there are people who have been socially active,” municipal chief physician Elizabeth Kimbell told Adresseavisen before the weekend.

In three of the cases, the source of the infection was unknown.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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