Cover-up scandal? Over 150 active South Africa cases in Tyrol.
As OE24 newspaper learned from Tyrolean medical circles, there are not as previously stated only 8 cases of the new mutation virus, but there are already 150 cases of the South Africa virus in Tyrol!
On Saturday, it was still said that Tyrol had 1,351 cases – including only one active case. Sunday it was then confirmed that there were 300 – of which eight were active – cases of the South African variant. On Sunday evening, Tyrolean Chamber of Commerce President Christoph Walser also claimed the same in an interview with ZIB2 news.
Cover-up scandal? 150 active cases instead of 8
As OE24 learned, there are currently more than 150 active cases of the South Africa mutation in Tyrol. This was confirmed to OE24 by several high-ranking Tyrolean virologists. Among Tyrolean medical professionals, he said, there is the highest nervousness in view of this explosion of mutation numbers.
“Here, apparently, the lie was deliberately spread, and the true numbers are probably to be covered up,” said a physician to OE24. Because the higher mutation figures should already have been known yesterday, when Chamber of Commerce President Walser spoke of only eight active cases to ZIB2 news channel.
Quarantine for Tyrol probably inevitable
In view of this dramatic increase in mutation figures, according to OE24 information, everything now boils down to stricter quarantine regulations for Tyrol.
Source: OE24 news