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Two fully vaccinated visitors to a Ghent dance event have been found infected

Two fully vaccinated visitors to a Ghent dance event have been found infected

A vaccine as a key to a world of freedom. This was what we had been hoping for for a year and a half. But the reality will be more complex than that, as evidenced by the Modul’air test event held on July 25 at the Flanders Fair.

With the testing event, they wanted to demonstrate that it is possible to celebrate safely using a good testing strategy, without a mouth mask or distancing rules. Before the party, all visitors were tested. It turned out that three of them were injured, so they were not allowed to enter the territory. “Our testing street has ensured in a very efficient way that three positive cases were refused entry to the event,” said organizer Gil de Bruyne.

Small details: Two out of three visitors tested positive for full vaccination, and one also turned out to be highly contagious, according to reports. VRT NWS. So Modul’air has decided to continue testing everyone at every August event, including visitors who have already been vaccinated. Starting next week, such a party is scheduled to be held every Sunday at Flanders Expo.

Great, because from next week there will usually be relaxation for events like dance parties. This does not require testing of unvaccinated persons. Anyone who has been vaccinated twice, submits a negative test or a recovery certificate, can simply enter.

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