Covid-19 ir Taizé susitikimai

Dėl „Covid-19“ pandemijos šiais metais Prancūzija turėjo du karantinus, pirmąjį - pavasarį ir antrąjį - nuo Visų Šventųjų dienos. Tarp šių dviejų laikotarpių, nuo birželio 14 iki spalio 30 dienos, bendruomenė galėjo organizuoti jaunimo susitikimus Taizé kaimelyje. Buvo parengtas ir vietos valdžios institucijoms išsiųstas dokumentas su taikomu penkiasdešimties sanitarinių priemonių sąrašu.

Pastaraisiais mėnesiais Taizé buvo apsistoję maždaug šeši tūkstančiai žmonių, kurie dalyvavo savaitiniuose susitikimuose, ir keli šimtai žmonių, kurie tik trumpam vizitui užsuko į Taizé. Visiems dalyviams prieš atvykimą ir jau atvykus buvo pranešta apie būtinybę laikytis „apsisaugojimo priemonių“, kurios yra rūpesčio kitais, o ypač labiausiai pažeidžiamais žmonėmis, išraiška.

Melstis kartu ir susitikti su kitais, užsidėjus kaukę ir laikantis atstumo, nebūtinai yra paprasta. Tačiau visų pastangų dėka susitikimai praėjo puikiai ir Taizé nebuvo infekcijos protrūkių.

Per šiuos keturis su puse mėnesio kai kurie susitikimo dalyviai, viešėdami Taizé sužinojo, kad bendravo su žmonėmis, kurių Covid-19 testas buvo teigiamas. Pagal Prancūzijos valdžios institucijų rekomendacijas šie artimo kontakto atvejai buvo izoliuoti ir ištestuoti. Keletui kitų žmonių atsirado koronaviruso simptomų, jie taip pat buvo ištirti. Daugumai šių žmonių Covid-19 testas buvo neigiamas. Tačiau taip pat buvo ir teigiamų rezultatų (žr. sąrašą apačioje).

Broliai ir jaunieji savanoriai, bendravę su grupėmis, atvykusiomis per Visų Šventųjų šventes, lapkričio pradžioje savaitę praleido karantine ir nė vienas iš jų nesusirgo.

Norėtume padėkoti visiems, kurie šiuo laikotarpiu atvyko į Taizé ir dalyvavo susitikimuose tokiomis ypatingomis sąlygomis.

Visų mums praneštų atvejų sąrašas (anglų k.)

Here is what we know about these people who have had the coronavirus over the past few months:

  • A lady who was in Taizé on 5/6 September told us that she probably caught the virus before coming. We were able to identify the people who had had contact with her in Taizé and they did not fall ill.
  • A gentleman who participated in the Autun diocesan day on 4 October. It was reported to us a few days later that he had tested positive afterwards, without us knowing whether he already had the virus during his day in Taizé.
  • Four people who travelled together by car and stayed in Taizé on the weekend of 3/4 October. They tested positive a few days later. A brother was in contact with them, he was tested and the result was negative.
  • A young woman who was in Taizé from 11 to 14 October, who had been in close contact with a sick person before coming. Six people who had been in close contact with her had to be isolated in Taizé and all tested negative at Covid-19.
  • A leader of a group of young people who went to Taizé on 23/24 October whose wife (she was not with him in Taizé) tested positive for Covid-19 during his stay. We did not know of any other sick people in this group.
  • A leader of a group of young people, in Taizé from 22 to 26 October, found out that had had close contacts who were ill with Covid. We did not know of any other sick people in this group.
  • During his stay in Taizé, scheduled for 26-30 October, a young person learned that one of his parents had tested positive for Covid. He was isolated, got tested, and the test result was positive. His closest friends were also isolated, returned home by car without being in contact with their group, and were tested at home. A friend of the young person concerned also tested positive, but those who shared the same dormitory as him tested negative for Covid 19.
  • In a large group visiting Taizé from 26 to 30 October, a young person had symptoms of Covid-19 when he returned home and was tested; the test result was positive. Young people who had close contact with him were tested, especially those who stayed in the same dormitory : results were negative. He had been invited to the meal with brothers and the brother who sat next to him was tested, and the result was negative. A few days after their return, three young people from the same group lost their sense of taste and smell; they were tested and the test result was positive. We don’t know if these young people had the virus during their stay in Taizé, but as a precaution those who stayed in the same dormitories were tested and the results were negative.

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