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After contacting a truck driver infected with COVID-19, WA contacts are still waiting for test results

Eight people who came into contact with a COVID-positive truck driver while in Washington have not yet returned a negative test result.

The contract tracer said today that he is still waiting for the test results of eight of the 70 intimate or accidental contacts.

Ten close contacts have been instructed to self-quarantine for 14 days.

Truck drivers are “potentially infected” while in Washington from September 30th to October 3rd.

Since then he has traveled to South Australia and is no longer in Western Australia, but the risk to locals is said to be “low.”

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Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health said no new cases of COVID-19 were reported overnight.

Six COVID cases are being monitored in the state, five of which are in hotel quarantine.

One of the crew members of the MV Stolt Sakura ship is at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Camera iconMVStolt Sakura at Fremantle Harbor. credit: Simon Santi/Western Australian

The contact tracer has successfully tracked the contacts of 50 returning diplomats infected with the coronavirus. This includes one family member who tested positive.

Everything else returned a negative result.

That’s because Victoria recorded the 1993 incident overnight, including the death of a 15-year-old girl.

NSW recorded 319 cases and 2 deaths.

Premier of New South Wales Dominic Perrott yesterday announced that he would reopen the state border to international travelers.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said vaccinated Australians were able to “do more and more.”

But not everyone is happy with Jab’s mission.

Uniformed FIFO workers and nurses were among the thousands today protesting vaccines and border closures.

They chanted “F … McGowan” and said they would not be “bullied” and rolled up.

After contacting a truck driver infected with COVID-19, WA contacts are still waiting for test results

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