SCDHB chief executive Nigel Trainor is urging South Cantabrians to do their best to help keep the number of coronavirus cases low across the region. South Canterbury has five confirmed cases of coronavirus, with a girl aged under four-years-old among those confirmed on Sunday. A South Canterbury District Health Board spokesperson said the girl is a close contact of another confirmed case and is recovering well at home in self isolation. On Sunday, South Canterbury District Health Board chief executive Nigel Trainor reiterated an earlier statement, saying the board still expected to see further coronavirus cases in the region. "I would like to ask the South Canterbury community to take responsibility, and do its best ensure the number of coronavirus infections remains low in South Canterbury," Trainor said.
Source: Stuff March 29, 2020 01:52 UTC