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Fijian Police officer currently in India tests positive for COVID-19 – Qiliho

Fijian Police officer currently in India tests positive for COVID-19 – Qiliho

By Naveel Krishant
Friday 22/05/2020
Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho. [image: file]

A Fijian Police Officer who is currently in India with his family has tested positive for COVID-19.

Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says the officer who is based at the Labasa Police Station flew to New Delhi, India on the 13th of February accompanying his wife and daughter who was to undergo medical treatment.

He says on the 18th of May, medical clearance tests were conducted and the results which came out on the 21st of May returned positive for the Police Officer, and results for his wife and daughter returned negative.

Qiliho says they have communicated his status to the Permanent Secretary for Health.

The Police Officer is now admitted at the Max Hospital in New Delhi and is in stable condition.

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