Remote Vaccinated Antarctica Researchers Test Positive For Covid-19

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At least 16 of the 25 workers at the Princess Elisabeth Polar Station in Antarctica have tested positive for the coronavirus despite having strict health protocols in place to try to stop the spread. This surprised many experts since the infected were all fully vaccinated, had completed ten days of quarantine, and were miles away from civilization. The base has halted all new arrivals until the outbreak ends.