Two new border quarantine cases showed mild symptoms before testing

A 37-year-old guy and a 36-year-old female have actually become the two newest COVID-19 border quarantine case in the nation raising our total active cases to three.

The 36-year-old man is the son of the 66-year-old guy who was validated COVID positive on Sunday

Performing Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Health Dr James Fong says both the freshly tape-recorded cases showed mild signs prior to they were tested for COVID-19.

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One is a 37-year-old kid of our first border quarantine case and the 2nd is a 36-year-old woman. Our border quarantine case 3, the 36-year-old woman, her test was favorable this early morning in the Fiji CDC. Head of Health Protection Dr Aalisha Sahukhan states they have actually been carrying out COVID-19 test on a day-to-day regardless of no active cases for the previous 80 days.
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One is a 37-year-old kid of our very first border quarantine case and the 2nd is a 36-year-old female. Like the other two cases she has been in Chennai India where she accompanied her husband who was going through treatment for some medical condition. Our border quarantine case three, the 36-year-old female, her test was favorable this morning in the Fiji CDC. Head of Health Protection Dr Aalisha Sahukhan says they have been carrying out COVID-19 test on a daily in spite of no active cases for the previous 80 days. We ve been checking daily and our screening has really increased since our last confirmed case.