Health Protection Authority (HPA) of the Maldives has revealed the results of the isolated cases to test for coronavirus came back negative, and confirmed that the individuals had been released from the isolation facility.
In a news statement issued on Monday night, HPA stated that under the screening for coronavirus, a person was isolated on 30 January, was tested for the virus and that his results came back negative.
Moreover, 6 additional people’s samples were taken for testing even though there were no signs and symptoms of the virus and their test results also came back negative, said HPA.
The test results were informed to them and based on the results they are discharged from the isolation facility, said HPA. As of now, there are no suspected or confirmed cases, and no patients are in isolation, said HPA.