Dominican authorities have placed two cruise ship workers in quarantine after they tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit in a radio broadcast said that the two workers were among 37 nationals who had returned there last month.
“Health authorities have acted swiftly to isolate two Dominica cruise ship workers who tested positive after returning here on board a repatriation vessel on May 27,” Skerrit said.
The 37 Dominicans who had disembarked the ship in Portsmouth, north of here, were placed in mandatory quarantine for 14 days.
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