Posted: Monday, March 30, 2020. 4:35 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Principal Public Health Inspector John Bodden says he is checking institutions to ensure that there is space for persons who may still be coming into the country from abroad.
One unit is up and running in Corozal, but locations will not be revealed. The Ministry continues to quarantine individuals coming to the border, now for 21 days rather than 14 and at a cost of $110 including food. Bodden hopes it may be a deterrent to those seeking to cross the borders to come into Belize.
Those in quarantine, Dr Manzanero added, should be in contact with their nearest health provider, and the Ministry does risk assessments for those who come and they may be swabbed. Even a negative test does not preclude quarantine ending, he pointed out.
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