92 new COVID cases detected as Tasmanian hits 386 active cases | The examiner

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Two people have been admitted to hospital after the state’s active COVID-19 case rose by 92 during the night. The recent hospitalizations bring the total number of hospital admissions to three, one of which is hospitalized for alternative medicine. READ MORE: Scam warning COVID-19 text message No patients had been admitted to the intensive care unit for treatment. The Ministry of Health confirmed that all remaining active cases were still being assessed by public health or being processed for treatment. READ MORE: Plans are falling to transform the CBD store front into the city’s newest brewery. Most cases continue to be processed through the government’s COVID @ home program, with 178 currently being observed through the remote service, while 10 cases have opted out of the program. READ MORE: National support model for surveyed general practitioners. 74 patients are under observation in the state’s local case processing facilities. All new contact points registered in the North on December 29 were from flights landing at Launceston Airport, with all five flights classified as low risk. The listed flights were JQ739 from Melbourne to Launceston, JQ747 from Sydney to Launceston, JQ737 from Melbourne to Launceston, VA1641 from Brisbane to Launceston and JQ743 from Melbourne to Launceston. Testing continues in the state with 449,093 completed testicles, up from 446,819 the day before. For more information visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au Andrew Chounding is The Examiners Health Reporter, if you have a health-related story, please send an email to Andrew.chounding@examiner.com.au Our journalists are working hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: Follow us on Google News: The Examiner

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