36 test positive at Mustard Seed

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Thirty-six residents and staff at the Mustard Seed community,
Kingston, that takes care of poor people with physical disabilities,
have tested positive over the last week.
Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton made the
revelation at a media briefing now taking place. He said this was a
very important, vulnerable community.
Dr Tufton said the testing started after a member of staff tested
positive. After this, a decision was taken to test all staff and residents.
Of the 111 staff members from whom samples were taken, 16 tested
positive. Off the 148 residents from whom samples were taken 20
tested positive.
Dr Tufton said all the staff who tested positive are now on home
quarantine and residents who tested positive have been isolated. New
measures have been taken to restrict spread there.

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