Border-related case confirmed as current case

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The new border-related Covid-19 case reported earlier today is now confirmed as a current case after today’s test result returned positive.

"Other test results we have today of four members from an adjoining house have returned negative," says a statement from the Ministry of Health.

"A co-worker who often drove the case to and from work has also returned a negative result."

As reported earlier, the case has not yet been vaccinated.  

The Ministry understands two appointments for vaccination were missed by the case due to personal reasons.

The employer is being contacted for further relevant information.

"We know that the company employing this case has vaccinated 79 per cent of its MIF workers and 81 per cent of the Grand Millennium staff have received their first vaccination," says the Ministry.

"As part of the follow-up actions in response to the case the testing frequency for staff in the Grand Millennium has been increased to weekly for the next fortnight.

"A spot infection control audit of the Grand Millennium was undertaken today.

"At this stage, there are no locations of interest to report."

The Ministry’s overall assessment is that the public health risk to the wider community from this case is low.

The next update will be provided Friday.

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Posted on 08-04-2021 23:14 | By The Caveman

First, good to see that the G’ment has finally CUT OFF the source of 95% of the Covid-19 cases that are appearing in MIF !! And second - it should NOW be be a condition of employment at the front line - NO VAX = NO JOB !!!!

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