Monday, April 22, 2024

Two COVID-19 cases, Bridgetown Fisheries Complex closed for cleaning


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The Bridgetown Fisheries Complex in St Michael will be closed for the remainder of this week, after two people tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy said in a statement today that, as a result, all staff and personnel from the Bridgetown complex have been advised to be tested.

The facility will also undergo a thorough sanitisation.

“The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy will continue to practice the safe protocols that were implemented in all the markets from the beginning of this year. Staff and patrons are advised to follow the directions and advice of the COVID monitors that are assigned to each market. Your cooperation is critical to ensuring that we provide a safe environment for all,” the statement said. (PR)


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