意大利女模特Bianca Dobroiu新冠病毒确诊57日最长带毒6度检测阳性

【吸收财讯】A 23-year-old in Italy being treated for the disease caused by the novel coronavirus continues to test positive, despite two months of quarantine and continual swabs.意大利疫情肆虐。截至今早,当地累计确诊个案达19.7万宗,并有逾2.6万人死亡。当中,当地一个23岁模特儿于2月底确诊,在57日进行6次病毒检测,但结果仍然呈阳性,成为当地最长带病毒的个案。

意女模确诊57日6度检测仍阳性 成当地带病毒最长个案
Bianca Dobroiu成为意大利最长带病毒的个案。 网上图

今年2月28日,该名23岁的模特儿Bianca Dobroiu一度发烧至摄氏40.7度,同日入院后确诊,并留院接受治理。在住院数日后,她回到住所进行家居隔离,并接受病毒检测。

然而,她在家居隔离57日期间,先后进行6次病毒检测,结果都呈阳性。其主诊医生指,她的身体状况良好,但检测结果一直呈阳性,当地的冠病防治医疗团队正密切观察其情况。

据当地的传染病专家指,意大利患者的病毒检测阳性结果一般不会超过4星期,因此认为Bianca Dobroiu的情况为意大利首例。

意大利学生模特儿多布萝尤(Bianca Dobroiu)2月首度确诊,居家隔离56,却6度验出病毒阳性,难捉摸的情况连医护人员也搞不懂。她说自己后来没有再出现症状,所以不是太担心,只是很期待重新回到户外的日子到来。

综合外电报道,23岁的多布萝尤身材火辣,担任模特之外也在社群网站上相当活跃,而她也是意大利疫情爆发之初的首批染疫者之一。2月28日,高烧到40.7度的被送往波隆那(Bologna)一处综合医院,随即确诊新冠肺炎,之后症状转轻,并于3月6日出院居家隔离。

多布萝尤待在家中的前4个礼拜都验出新冠病毒阳性,第5周检验结果不明,到了第6周又再度呈现阳性,但本人看起来已经完全恢复健康。传染病专家阿塔德(Luciano Attard)表示,患者情况良好,但检验结果一直是阳性,「我们正在仔细研究她的状况,就我们所知,意大利没有人阳性那么久的,总体来说,最多不超过4个礼拜。」

宅居在家56天的多布萝尤表示,出院后没有再出现任何症状或是身体不适,和她同住一起的妈妈也3度验出阴性,所以不是那么担心,但希望做更多的血液检查分析。她说很期待能够重新到户外走走,呼吸新鲜空气。

A 23-year-old in Italy being treated for the disease caused by the novel coronavirus continues to test positive, despite two months of quarantine and continual swabs.

Bianca Dobroiu arrived at the Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Polyclinic hospital, a public hospital part of the University of Bologna healthcare system, on February 28. She was admitted to the hospital with a fever above 105 degrees and was diagnosed with COVID-19.

“After four days she was fine, but the swabs are still positive,” infectious disease specialist Luciano Attard told local media. “As far as we know, no one else in Italy has remained positive for so long. Usually, positivity results do not last for more than four weeks.” Dobroiu “had not been subjected to any therapy,” Attard said.

Dobroiu was discharged from the hospital on March 6 and returned home where she remained in quarantine under the country’s nationwide lockdown.

“After 57 days, here is the new result,” Dobroiu, who lives, works, and studies in Bologna, wrote on Facebook. “Well, it’s not new because it has never changed. … Nothing is changing at all and it scares me a little today.”

Being asymptomatic, she still tests positive and told local media she was thankful the disease has not progressed. “But doctors have told me that I am still a carrier of the virus and contagious,” she said.

As the European nation, one of the block members most devastated by the coronavirus, seeks to lift its lockdown on May 4, authorities are grappling with how to safely resume daily life for the country’s 60 million people.

Last week, flower shops and clothing stores for young children reopened in an attempt to slowly restart the economy as it plunges into a deep recession.

Members of the medical staff work in the pharmacy at the COVID-19 unit of the Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Polyclinic hospital in Bologna on April 15, 2020, during a lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the novel coronavirus.
Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images

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意大利一名23岁的儿童因新型冠状病毒引起的疾病接受治疗,尽管经过了两个月的隔离和持续的拭子检查,仍呈阳性。

Bianca Dobroiu于2月28日抵达博洛尼亚大学医疗系统公立医院Sant’Orsola-Malpighi综合医院。她因发烧超过105度入院,被诊断为COVID-19。

传染病专家卢西亚诺·阿塔德对当地媒体说:“四天后她很好,但拭子仍然呈阳性。”。“据我们所知,在意大利,没有其他人在这么长时间内保持积极的态度。通常情况下,阳性结果不会持续超过四周,“多布罗伊”没有接受任何治疗,“阿塔德说。

多布罗伊于3月6日出院,回国后在全国范围内实施隔离。

在博洛尼亚生活、工作和学习的多布鲁在Facebook上写道:“57天后,有了新的结果。”。“嗯,这不是新的,因为它从未改变过。……什么都没变,今天我有点害怕。”

由于没有症状,她仍然检测呈阳性,并对当地媒体说,她很庆幸疾病没有进展。她说:“但医生告诉我,我仍然是病毒携带者,而且具有传染性。”。

作为受冠状病毒破坏最严重的欧盟成员国之一,这个欧洲国家试图在5月4日解除封锁,当局正在努力解决如何安全地恢复该国6000万人民的日常生活。

上周,花店和儿童服装店重新开业,试图在经济陷入严重衰退之际,缓慢重启经济。



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