No new Covid-19 cases at migrant centres

Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci has confirmed that following random tests, no new cases of migrants infected with Covid-19 have resulted at the open centres.

Asked whether all migrants at the Ħal Far open centre are being tested after eight cases had been identified, Professor Gauci pointed out that all the migrants were under quarantine.

The Superintendent stated that the health authorities are working together with Red Cross staff, who check migrants on a daily basis for any symptoms they might have. Besides, random testing is also being carried out, from which no new cases have resulted.

Professor Gauci confirmed also that there are no known cases at the Marsa open centre.

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