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COVID-19 Update

April 3rd 2021

There are 0 new cases of COVID-19 to report in this update.

1 active case remains admitted at the Lautoka hospital isolation unit. It has been 17 days since the last border quarantine case was reported, and 350 days since the last case was detected outside border quarantine on April 18th 2020.

Fiji has had 67 cases in total, with 64 recoveries and 2 deaths, since our first case was reported on March 19th 2020. The last 49 cases have been international travel associated cases detected in border quarantine.

A total of 39,142 COVID-19 laboratory tests have been conducted, with a daily average of 328 tests per day over the last 7 days, and a weekly average of 1670 tests per week over the last 2 weeks.

There are currently 900 people who have recently arrived from overseas undergoing mandatory 14 day quarantine in government supervised border quarantine facilities.

For more information please visit http://www.health.gov.fj/covid-19-updates/

The next scheduled update will be on Monday April 5th.

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