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Covid-19: Vallée Pitot Removed From the Red Zone

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Vallée Pitot is removed from the Covid-19 red zone from this Saturday, June 12. PCR tests carried out by the laboratory of the Ministry of Health and Welfare came out negative last Friday. As a result, the entire Vallée Pitot region is no longer considered a red zone from 6 a.m. on Saturday 12 June. In addition, the Covid-19 continues its progression on the island. Several cases have been recorded in the four corners of the island. Cases were identified in Lallmatie, Ville Bangue, Petite Retraite, Ville Bague, Baie du Tombeau and L’Amitié. Only on the evening of Thursday 23 new cases were registered, among 16 were identified through contact tracing. The thirteen other cases had been listed in the quarantine. The testing centers detected for the first time a case in Trou-aux-Biches. As of Thursday, the country had 273 active cases. Since March 5, a total of 932 had contracted the virus and 643 considered cured have been able to return home. As of Friday morning, Central Water Authority (CWA) employees were subjected to a PCR test after a finance ministry employee assigned to the Saint-Paul CWA tested positive for Covid-19. 23 new positive cases for Covid-19 were detected last Wednesday on 2,494 PCR tests.

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