Additional 3 people positive from Aviation Cluster

Areal shot of land reclaimed in S. Feydhoo of Addu City. | Photo: Dr. Mohamed Muizzu

Addu City, Maldives – Three additional Covid-19 case have been confirmed from the Aviation Cluster in Addu City.

According to the information received by ‘The Times of Addu’, the additional cases consist of two people from Feydhoo and one person from Hithadhoo.

With these additional cases identified from the cluster formed among the participants of an Aviation Security Command (AVSECOM) training held at Addu City and the MTCC cluster, the total toll of Addu City has risen to 69. 

With these new cases, 21 cases from Hithadhoo, 4 cases in MaradhooFeydhoo, 15 cases in Feydhoo and 28 cases in HulhuMeedhoo have been recorded so far. From these cases 1 is being treated at Addu Covid Facility. 

The new cases come as two samples have tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday, during the random sampling carried out in the Meedhoo. It has been reported that both individuals who tested positive for the virus from the district are locals, and that both live in the same residence.

Addu City still remains under monitoring status, barring any unauthorized travel to and from the city, along with the implementation of a curfew which lasts from 20:00 to 04:00 everyday.