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Antarctica records 36 cases of COVID-19

Antarctica records 36 cases of COVID-19

The first cases of the novel coronavirus infection have been recorded in Antarctica. The continent, which was the only one to not have been touched by the virus, recorded 36 cases among people stationed at a Chilean research base. 26 of those infected are from the Chilean army, and 10 are maintenance workers. The outbreak was reported from the General Bernardo O’Higgins Riquelme research base.

Chris
Chris
VanDutch42
VanDutch42 1 months

“SUCCESS!! There are no healthy people left in the world. Thank you for playing Plague INC.”

Martin
Martin 1 months

Tomorrow's news: Covid 19 found to survive outside milky way galaxy, experts predict.

Jonathan
Jonathan 1 months

This is just evidence that were living in a plauge inc simulation.

Donald
Donald 1 months

The tests are RIGGED! Count the dropping bodies, it is the only true measure when the tests have 30 percent false positive.

edwardo
edwardo 1 months

BS Big ole pile of BS

Lisa
Lisa 1 months

They got good 5G wifi down there, gotta be able to keep in touch. Betcha.

Jaye Muller
Jaye Muller 1 months

Didn't know there even are 36 people over there. Haha...

PA_Patriot89
PA_Patriot89 1 months

Not even Antarctica is safe from COVID-19

Paul M
Paul M 1 months

Now the penguins will get it.

Amoneywilson
Amoneywilson 1 months

Let me guess, the researchers got the Chinese grocery store virus-infected food as well?

Doug
Doug 1 months

ICUs and vaccine far, far away (:-(

Burger
Burger 1 months

There go my vacation plans...

Zach
Zach 1 months

Antarctica has fallen

Seekster
Seekster 1 months

The Penguins have it now.

Indo
Indo 1 months

Amazing, truly amazing. The virus has got beyond down under. Scary, real scary.

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 1 months

That's more cases than Australia! What the heck are they getting up to down there!

Doug Star
Doug Star 1 months

Stooopid is as stooopid does. Encore! Encore! Encore!

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