Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines late Friday issued a public service announcement asking a British woman in the country to contact the COVID-19 hotline.
The woman, Angela Patricia Samuel, a citizen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, arrived in St. Vincent and the Grenadines on July 23, on board Air Canada flight number 980.
She gave her local address as Layou.
Police say that Samuel “is strongly advised to contact the COVID-19 hotline (784-534-4325) immediately”.
COVID SUSPECT – MEDICAL AUTHORITIES – SADDLING WRONG HORSE
Seems a darn ‘…Wrong Horse was Saddled.’
If it is ‘…crime-related,’ then why not as her to report to the nearest Police Station?
If upon arrival she is;
(i) …Tested positive as infected with Covid; or
(ii) …Suspected of being infected; or
(iii) …Believed to have been exposed to the VIRUS,’
Why not the ‘…Medical Authorities;’
(a) …Issue such advice; or
(b) …Ordered her to surrender to the designated health facility?
This may now mean;
(I) ‘…Contact Tracing;
(ii) …Testing; and
(iii) …Possible treatment.’
WATCH YOUR HEALTH SVG.
Was that the only way that person could of been contacted? When I visit I’m always filling out form as to where I’m staying and telephone number.
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