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300 allowed in quarantine facility


Jun 17, 2021 11:16:02 PM

300 allowed in quarantine facility A maximum of 300 people will only be allowed to be quarantined in a government quarantine facility for fourteen days.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said quarantine capacity is to be capped at 300, this will be reviewed as and when appropriate.

Dr Fong said hotel workers deemed as high-risk include housekeeping staff, maintenance, and reception staff and will be accommodated within the quarantine facility.

He said new mitigation measures have been introduced to address the risk related to the transmission of the virus within tightly contained spaces within quarantine facilities.

“To ensure no one puts the public at risk, there will be frontline surveillance reporting, which includes mandatory reporting for staff on leave, has been strengthened,” he said.

“Routine surveillance swabbing of all quarantine facility workers, health officials, military, and transfer companies will step up from a fortnightly basis to a weekly basis.

“We have escalated immunization rates for quarantine facilities and personnel, 90 percent were hotel workers, 100 percent were transfer drivers, health workers, and military personnel.

“Well run quarantine facilities with adequate bed capacity are critical to the containment of coronavirus, we ask the public’s cooperation in establishing quarantine facilities.

“We are all safer when suitable facilities are open and available to cater for Fijians who may have been exposed to coronavirus,” he said.

He said the more facilities are opened and run in accordance with these protocols, the higher level of success they will be able to contain the virus.

He said these facilities will allow Fijians who are returning to Fiji after seeking medical treatment to safely return home.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka



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