According to reports from French news, more than 100 nudists have tested positive for the coronavirus at a nudist colony at Cap d’Agde near Montpellier.
The news publication said that a drive-in testing centre was set up there after two employees of a hotel became ill from the disease. The general manager of the regional health agency, Pierre Ricordeau, said that “for the first time, the incidence rate has exceeded the threshold of 50 per 100,000.
It is a very rapid development. We are struck by the acceleration of the last few days. They are mainly young people, they are not serious cases.
The situation is not yet catastrophic, but it is worrying and requires a reaction”. Further testing at the resort will be carried out and the four bars and clubs in the vicinity have now been closed. Since last Tuesday the mandatory wearing of masks has become applicable to nudists using the resort and it’s facilities.
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