Newfoundland and Labrador reported another day on Tuesday 194 with 19 new 3-digit COVID cases.
According to a tweet from the State Health Department, the majority of cases, 154, are in the Eastern Health Area. There are 15 cases in the central health area, 13 cases in the Labrador Glenfell area, and 12 cases in the western health area.
A total of Tuesday set a new record for the number of cases per day, bringing the number of active cases in the state to 843 and reporting an additional 28 recovery. No one is currently hospitalized because of COVID19.
A general of 4,174 checks have been finished due to the fact that Monday`s update.
In a separate media release, the Department of Health issued COVID-19 publicity notices for 3 latest PAL flights:
PB901, Dec. 21, St. John’s to Deer Lake.
PB1925, Dec. 26, Gander to Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
PB901, Dec. 26, Happy Valley-Goose Bay to Wabush.
Passengers on the one’s flights are being requested to get tested.
Anyone who traveled on those flights and feature signs and symptoms are required to isolate till 24 hours after their signs and symptoms clear up and that they acquire a bad check result, the Health Department said.
On Monday, Labrador-Grenfell Health issued a warning about the possibility of becoming infected with COVID 19 during four AirBorealis flights just before the holiday weekend.
The northern Labrador community is testing self-sustaining travelers, and the Nunatsiavut government said it was suspected that at least one person was found to be positive.
On Tuesday, Labrador-Grenfell Health banned visits to all long-term care facilities. People in need of care can only visit those who are well-supported.
Happy Valley Goose Bay’s Labrador Health Center has only one important support representative for a general visit.
According to health authorities, backers need to be consistent but may be updated every two weeks.
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