The attacker could infect the rescuers who provided first aid to him immediately after the arrest.
Doctors have confirmed infection with the COVID-19 coronavirus in a radical Islamist who was detained in French Nice after killing three people in the local Notre Dame Cathedral. It is reported by the newspaper Le Figaro on Monday, November 2.
The publication notes that the attacker could infect the rescuers who provided him with first aid after the police detained him with a firearm. They were notified and ordered to go into self-isolation.
We will remind, last week in Nice, a man with a knife decapitated people in the cathedral. Two people died inside the temple. Later, the death toll rose to three.
Later, the media learned that the terrorist was a 21-year-old Tunisian named Brahim Aouissaoui, who had illegally arrived in Europe.