May 03, 2021
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Lion Heart 7s players urged to call 158

The Health Ministry is urging players of the Lion Heart club that participated in the Malomalo 7s on 16 amd 17 April to come forward and get screened as they interacted with one of the recent positive cases of COVID-19.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said they are progressing well with the contact tracing but are yet to get all the players of the club.

"This team -- Lion Heart -- shared a hostel and played with our case number 98, so it is vital we locate all of their players and any other persons who closely interacted or travelled with the team. If you play for this team, or know someone who plays for this team, please call 158 right now," he said.

By Reginald Chandar

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