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Businesses and individuals reminded to be alert for COVID symptoms

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Businesses and individuals are reminded to be vigilant when it comes to COVID-19 symptoms.  Anyone who develops symptoms should immediately isolate and call 111.

The reminder applies to everyone, including those who have been vaccinated, and especially those who have a recent travel history, even if they have had a day one negative test after arriving on the Island.

This advice comes ahead of further border adjustments planned for 28 June and follows the identification of a positive case who initially provided a negative result after travelling to the Island who then went on to develop symptoms.  

Contact tracing is underway and a number of people are now being isolated as a precaution.

The current list of symptoms include a temperature, a new and persistent cough, loss of taste or smell, or shortness of break.  Further details can be found at