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987 new COVID-19 infections


Jan 25, 2022 10:52:34 AM

987 new COVID-19 infections Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong has confirmed that 987 people tested positive for COVID-19 in the last three days.

Dr Fong in his latest statelent said a total of 656 people tested positive on Saturday, 81 on Sunday and 250 in the 24-hour reporting period that ended at 8am yesterday.

“Of the 987 cases recorded, 859 cases were in the Central Division; 62 cases in the West, 18 in the North and nil cases in the Eastern Division,” he said.

135 patients have recovered and there are now 2575 active cases in the country.

“We must all do our best to reduce the transmission of coronavirus to protect our vulnerable. This means keeping up with the vaccine plus approach.

“People should ensure that they get fully vaccinated which includes getting a booster shot when due plus strictly adhering to the coronavirus transmission suppression protocols.

“Following the vaccine plus approach means that everyone has a role to play to protect themselves from the future outbreaks from other new variants that can arise.

“The approach means that the will provide the opportunity for all eligible Fijians to access safe and effective vaccines that protect us from severe diseases and deaths due to coronavirus.

“It also means that we take responsibility for adhering to the coronavirus transmission suppression protocols on an individual basis.

“The coronavirus transmission suppression protocols are individual coronavirus safe measures which include masking and avoid overcrowding. Also, setting safe based measures,” he said.

He said people who are at the high risk groups should come forward to be tested for the virus and reviewed by their medical teams.

He said symptoms include cold or flu-like symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, body ache, fever

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka





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