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Doctor and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 in Grenada violated quarantine order

ST. GEORGES – Grenada’s Ministry of Health reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. The two new cases, number 31 and 32, are a medical doctor and his wife, who arrived in Grenada from the United States on Sunday, November 1, reports the Ministry of Health in a press release.

The individuals have been laboratory diagnosed by the Ministry of Health with positive COVID-19 results.

The press release states that “the two individuals, ages 65 and 53, were approved for home quarantine, and received their PCR tests on Thursday, November 5th, as per the protocols of Grenada. While awaiting their results, the individuals left their home and proceeded to visit four restaurant facilities in the South of the Island.

The restaurants were immediately informed and contact tracing is underway. The two individuals were also immediately placed in state-isolation, while the Royal Grenada Police force has been informed of the breach of the quarantine order.

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