Prisoner tests positive for COVID-19: No threat to others, officials say

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A new committal who was in quarantine at Her Majesty’s Prison medical facility has tested positive with Covid-19.

 

The newly remanded prisoner poses no threat to the prison staff or the general population as the inmate never came in contact.

 

Any person who is remanded to prison must be quarantine before they are mixed with the general population, that is one of the safety protocols that was put in place during the pandemic.

 

Contact tracing has commenced.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. The way that the virus is multiplying and 5 days quiet it wouldn’t surprise me if we were at the peak again by end of September

  2. The way that the virus is multiplying and 5 days quiet it wouldn’t surprise me if we were at the peak again by end of September.

  3. Is it true. There are over 250 active cases of Covid-19 in Antigua. Max Wurst,where are you? We need some info from the CMO.

  4. How is this no threat but it is a threat to other places, these people are being paid to set up this crap. I’m walking and watching everyone in the eye and body language, time to bring out Sherlock Holmes. Cuz them dunce bat don’t make sense to me

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