Colleagues of coronavirus patients don't necessarily need test
Colleagues of those who've tested positive for coronavirus don't need a test if they've been wearing full PPE.
That's according to the Island's health minister, who says his department is focussed on targeted rather than routine testing.
David Ashford says anti-body testing would be more useful to check those who work alongside someone who has Covid-19, but that a reliable test isn't available yet.
However, he says personal protective equipment means not everyone needs to be tested: