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Tuesday's unexplained Covid case believed to be contained

Public Health director expresses 'cautious optimism'

There's 'cautious optimism' among government officials that Tuesday's Covid-19 case of unknown origin has been contained.

'Surge testing' was undertaken around the individual, with Public Health confident onward transmission has been contained.

As of the latest (1 April) update, there are 294 active cases on the Island, four people with the virus are in hospital, none are in intensive care.  

Director Dr Henrietta Ewart says there's still a chance the unexplained case has spread in the community:

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