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Balmain local residents lined up for a long-term test after workers were infected at a supermarket in Sydney

2019-nCoV Special
[Social News]     06 Jul 2020
When an employee at a Woolworths supermarket in Balmain Sydney was diagnosed with a positive Coronavirus, a long line of cars from a local test station took a new crown test. New south wales government has urged Balmain residents to take the initiative to be tested for symptoms of virus infection.
Balmain local residents lined up for a long-term test after workers were infected at a supermarket in Sydney

When an employee at the Woolworths supermarket in Balmain, sydney, was a positive Coronavirus, a long line of cars from a local test station took a new crown test.

New south wales government has urged Balmain residents to take the initiative to be tested for symptoms of virus infection.

Balmain local residents lined up for a long-term test after workers were infected at a supermarket in Sydney

 

After returning to Australia from Bangladesh on June 11, the man spent two weeks in the mandatory hotel quarantine zone in Melbourne. On June 18, he tested positive for COVID-19 and he was released after the end of the quarantine period. And arrived in Sydney on June 26 by Jetstar flight JQ 510. He went to work in the supermarket on June 26 and June 27 and was sent for testing after showing signs of the virus.

The new state health minister Brad Hazzard said anyone who went to the Woolworths store from june 27 to 28 should be tested for symptoms. The supermarket's 50 employees have been quarantined.

The store has been cleaned deeply.


Virginia: The man does not pose a risk

A deputy U.S. chief health officer said on Friday Annaliese van Diemen she didn't think the man from U.S. to New State would pose a risk to the community.

When asked why he did not perform a second test before allowing him to leave isolation, van Diemen doctors said that the state authorities followed national isolation release standards consistent with World Health Organization standards.

That is, the patient has been released from isolation for 10 days or more since the onset of symptoms, including 72 hours of asymptomatic and fever-free, and is clinically cleared (risk of infection) and ends the isolation. "said Dr. van Diemen.

"The reason for not conducting clearance tests is that people can take weeks to months to remove this virus. removal virus not the same as infectious.

The man met the criteria and then stayed for another two days after meeting the isolation criteria, as he was still in the hotel isolation.

According to that standard, he would be released from quarantine at any hotel in his country, including any Melbourne person who returned to Melbourne after the Sydney hotel was quarantined. "

Asked if there was any confidence that the man's would not constitute public safety, van Diemen doctor said ," Yes, I am. "

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