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Update on COVID-19 cases_11th January 2021

52 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded since the last update bringing the total number of cases recorded in Seychelles to 583.

Of the new cases, 25 are foreigners and 27 are Seychellois. 27 are on Mahe, 24 are on Praslin and one is a Seychellois from an island resort.

The below table provides more information:

All the active cases are in isolation with one patient in critical condition and two in severe condition.

Everyone is advised to keep interactions to immediate households (the persons you live with) only and to avoid gatherings and crowds. Continue to respect and practice the different measures in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

• Wear a mask in public places and where physical distancing cannot be maintained
• Practise hand hygiene regularly
• Avoid gatherings and crowds
• Avoid sharing objects
• Practise physical distancing of more than 1 metre

 

PRESS RELEASE

Update on COVID-19 cases_13th January 2021
January 14, 2021
Review of restriction measures to contain the spread of COVID 19 in Seychelles
January 13, 2021
Update on COVID-19 cases_12th January 2021
January 13, 2021

NOTICE

Under new guidelines issued by the Public Health Authority, no COVID-19 screening tests is needed for persons placed under home quarantine during or upon completion of the quarantine period. Testing may be recommended for persons who develop symptoms of the infection. All persons placed under home quarantine who develop symptoms are advised to visit the special stations at Glacis Health Centre, Baie Lazare Health Centre and Mont Fleuri Health Centre. The home quarantine period should be completed for 14 days, from arrival in Seychelles or last contact with a positive case of COVID-19. A certificate of quarantine will be presented at the end of the quarantine period.

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Anyone with symptoms related to Covid-19 are asked to report to special stations at Glacis Health Centre, Baie Lazare Health Centre and Mont Fleuri Health Centre between 8am-12pm and 1pm-2pm. People who use these health centres for regular consultations, should go to their regional centres.

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