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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » No proof of Covid-19 social transmission

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1No proof of Covid-19 social transmission Empty No proof of Covid-19 social transmission Tue Oct 06, 2020 7:30 am

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
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[ltr]No proof of Covid-19 social transmission: Dr. Samaraweera [/ltr]
[ltr]OCTOBER 6, 2020 BY MAHEESHA MUDUGAMUWA 0 COMMENTS[/ltr]

  • Still in early stages of recognition 

  • Yet to identify how virus got to factory


[ltr]No proof of Covid-19 social transmission Covid-update-300x150 By Maheesha Mudugamuwa[/ltr]
[ltr]Despite the source of the new Covid-19 cluster reported from Minuwangoda not being identified yet by the health authorities, Ministry of Health Chief Epidemiologist Dr. Sudath Samaraweera yesterday (5) said there was no proof that there was social transmission of the coronavirus in Sri Lanka.[/ltr]
[ltr]Speaking to the media, Dr. Samaraweera said: “We still don’t know the prevalence of this disease. We are still in the early stages of recognition. People in the Gampaha District in particular are requested to restrict travel and stay in their homes. We have already imposed quarantine and curfew in three police areas.[/ltr]
[ltr]“Another question is whether Covid-19 has been socialised. The socialisation of the disease means that patients are reported from each location whilst connections are not identified and they are spreading it unknowingly. According to the available evidence, there is no reason to say so,” he added.[/ltr]
[ltr]“We identified a group of 71 persons. We still don’t know how the virus got to this factory. We are still investigating this. Here, the risk of spread among society is high. So we have to be alert,” he stressed.[/ltr]
[ltr]Furthermore, Dr. Samaraweera said the newly identified positive cases are from a cluster associated with the Brandix factory, and clarified that whether we can say it is socialised will depend on the evidence obtained from future PCR tests and the contribution made by the public towards preventing the spread of the virus.[/ltr]
[ltr]“On average, of 100 people tested at this factory, 69 were confirmed to be infected,” he continued, adding that including the first patient and her daughter, there were 71 patients.[/ltr]
[ltr]Elaborating further, the Chief Epidemiologist noted that the identification of the 69 new positive patients will lead to their associates also being identified.[/ltr]
[ltr]“They also have to be quarantined and undergo PCR tests. It is with that in mind that we have to decide how to expand (testing) in the future,” he added.[/ltr]
[ltr]More Covid-19 cases[/ltr]
[ltr]Two more employees of the apparel factory in Minuwangoda, where the Covid-19 patient from Divulapitiya worked, tested positive for Covid-19.[/ltr]
[ltr]They were treated at the Kurunegala Hospital before being transferred to the Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH) in Angoda.[/ltr]
[ltr]Army Commander Lt. Gen. Shavendra Silva confirmed that both patients are workers of the apparel factory.[/ltr]
[ltr]In addition, another female apparel factory worker in Minuwangoda tested positive for Covid-19 at the Monaragala Hospital and is being transferred to IDH, Army Commander Silva said.[/ltr]
[ltr]Subsequently, 10 more Minuwangoda apparel factory workers tested positive for Covid-19 late last night, brining the total number of workers to test positive so far to 88, said Army Commander Silva. [/ltr]
[ltr]A 39-year-old woman, employed at a leading apparel factory in Minuwangoda, tested positive for Covid-19 over the weekend and was transferred from the Gampaha Hospital to IDH.[/ltr]
[ltr]Subsequently, 400 of the apparel factory worker’s contacts at the factory were directed for self-quarantine.[/ltr]
[ltr]Meanwhile, the process of conducting PCR tests for over 1,400 employees of the apparel factory commenced last morning (5) at the factory premises.[/ltr]

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@ErangaDS wrote:

[ltr]No proof of Covid-19 social transmission: Dr. Samaraweera [/ltr]




[ltr]OCTOBER 6, 2020 BY MAHEESHA MUDUGAMUWA 0 COMMENTS[/ltr]



  • Still in early stages of recognition 

  • Yet to identify how virus got to factory




[ltr]No proof of Covid-19 social transmission Covid-update-300x150 By Maheesha Mudugamuwa[/ltr]




[ltr]Despite the source of the new Covid-19 cluster reported from Minuwangoda not being identified yet by the health authorities, Ministry of Health Chief Epidemiologist Dr. Sudath Samaraweera yesterday (5) said there was no proof that there was social transmission of the coronavirus in Sri Lanka.[/ltr]




[ltr]Speaking to the media, Dr. Samaraweera said: “We still don’t know the prevalence of this disease. We are still in the early stages of recognition. People in the Gampaha District in particular are requested to restrict travel and stay in their homes. We have already imposed quarantine and curfew in three police areas.[/ltr]




[ltr]“Another question is whether Covid-19 has been socialised. The socialisation of the disease means that patients are reported from each location whilst connections are not identified and they are spreading it unknowingly. According to the available evidence, there is no reason to say so,” he added.[/ltr]




[ltr]“We identified a group of 71 persons. We still don’t know how the virus got to this factory. We are still investigating this. Here, the risk of spread among society is high. So we have to be alert,” he stressed.[/ltr]




[ltr]Furthermore, Dr. Samaraweera said the newly identified positive cases are from a cluster associated with the Brandix factory, and clarified that whether we can say it is socialised will depend on the evidence obtained from future PCR tests and the contribution made by the public towards preventing the spread of the virus.[/ltr]




[ltr]“On average, of 100 people tested at this factory, 69 were confirmed to be infected,” he continued, adding that including the first patient and her daughter, there were 71 patients.[/ltr]




[ltr]Elaborating further, the Chief Epidemiologist noted that the identification of the 69 new positive patients will lead to their associates also being identified.[/ltr]




[ltr]“They also have to be quarantined and undergo PCR tests. It is with that in mind that we have to decide how to expand (testing) in the future,” he added.[/ltr]




[ltr]More Covid-19 cases[/ltr]




[ltr]Two more employees of the apparel factory in Minuwangoda, where the Covid-19 patient from Divulapitiya worked, tested positive for Covid-19.[/ltr]




[ltr]They were treated at the Kurunegala Hospital before being transferred to the Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH) in Angoda.[/ltr]




[ltr]Army Commander Lt. Gen. Shavendra Silva confirmed that both patients are workers of the apparel factory.[/ltr]




[ltr]In addition, another female apparel factory worker in Minuwangoda tested positive for Covid-19 at the Monaragala Hospital and is being transferred to IDH, Army Commander Silva said.[/ltr]




[ltr]Subsequently, 10 more Minuwangoda apparel factory workers tested positive for Covid-19 late last night, brining the total number of workers to test positive so far to 88, said Army Commander Silva. [/ltr]




[ltr]A 39-year-old woman, employed at a leading apparel factory in Minuwangoda, tested positive for Covid-19 over the weekend and was transferred from the Gampaha Hospital to IDH.[/ltr]




[ltr]Subsequently, 400 of the apparel factory worker’s contacts at the factory were directed for self-quarantine.[/ltr]




[ltr]Meanwhile, the process of conducting PCR tests for over 1,400 employees of the apparel factory commenced last morning (5) at the factory premises.[/ltr]

Thank you for the good news. But why all these INVESTERS AND TRADERS over react to show this situation a worst one. I think gamblers and brokers taking advantage of this situation.
I have a strong feeling that we can control this even this time. we will win.  Take my word.Smile Smile Smile

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Spot on. 
GR will bring this under control. 
If Easter Sunday MS + CBSL Thief RW & Mid Wife Sajith were on control SL would be one giant Susanaboomiya.

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I think you guys are mixing this pandemic with politics.
Now close to 300 people have reported positive. How did we find out? Bcoz of PCR testing. If no tests were done and that brandix woman didn’t go to hospital still we would have loved believing there is no community spread.
Pandemic is not about Gota controlling it. People need to be cautious and take necessary precautions. Curfews and lockdowns will only deteriorate the economy.

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කොරෝනා වෛරස ව්‍යාප්ත වන අවදානම නිසා රට ලොක්ඩවුක් කිරීම ඉතා පහසු ක්‍රමයක් වුවත් මෙරට ජනතාවට ජීවන අරගලය කිරීමට එය බොහෝ පීඩාකාරි යැයි යුද හමුදාපති හමු ශවේන්ද‍්‍ර සිල්වා මහතා සඳහන් කරයි.

එනිසා කල යුතුව ඇත්තේ ආසාදිතයන් පාලනය කිරීමට නිසි ක්‍රමවේදයක් සැකසීම මිස රට ලොක්ඩවුන් කිරීම නොවන බව ඔහු පවසයි.

පළමු ආසාදිත කාන්තාවක් වාර්තා වූ පසු ආසන්න ප්‍රදේශ කිහිපයකට පමණක් ඇඳිරි නීතිය පනවනු ලැබුවේ එම කර්මාන්ත ශාලාවට විශාල සේවක ප්‍රමාණයක් එම ප‍්‍රදේශවල පැමිණෙන නිසා බව ද ඔහු කියා සිටියේය.

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