TALLINN - Arkadi Popov, chief medical officer at the Health Board's crisis management headquarters, said it has been determined that altogether 102 health care workers across Estonia have contracted the novel coronavirus.
Popov told journalists on Wednesday that blanket testing of front-line employees determined that the rate of the spread of the virus among front-line workers is very low. A lion's share of health care workers have not fallen ill, Popov affirmed. He added that altogether 102 health care workers across Estonia have been determined to have COVID-19....
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