Spaniards Quarantined For Coronavirus Leave Hospital

The quarantined Spanish nationals who returned from Wuhan on January 31 were allowed home yesterday.

As reported by Onda Cero, the medical team responsible for the health and safety of the over 20 individuals have explained in detail how the 14 days in isolation were spent.

According to the medical staff the individuals arrived to the hospital ward “healthy and came out healthy.”

Each individual had body temperature readings three times a day, none showed symptoms of the disease.

For this reason, the medical team has insisted that these people should not be stigmatized.

Maria Vicenta Garcia Rosado, head of the Preventive Medicine Service of the Gómez Ulla Hospital in Madrid, stated that “they were in Wuhan, but they were not infected with the coronavirus”.

Pedro Morilla, one of the individuals who had been in quarantine, thanked the medical team and sends thoughts to everyone they have left in China, adding that when “things calm down” he hopes to return.

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