Elderly woman at St Vincent de Paule tests positive for Covid-19

A person who is a resident at St Vincent De Paule has tested positive for Covid-19.

This has been confirmed by Superintendent of Public Health Charmaine Gauci during today’s media conference.

Professor Gauci said the resident is an elderly 88-year-old woman, who unfortunately suffers from other medical conditions. The Superintendent added that contact tracing is underway among patients and staff who may have come into contact with the woman.

TVM is informed the woman had been in Ward SF1.

The elderly woman at St Vincent de Paule is among the new cases linked to hospitals and announced today by Professor Gauci, among them a health worker at Karin Grech and two cases at Zammit Clapp hospital.

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