Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-04-30 22:15:00 –
The Hawaii Department of Health has identified clusters associated with recent youth soccer tournaments in the mainland United States.
Health officials have last exposed anyone who participated in or participated in the “Pylon Mecca 7v7” tournament game in Utah and Nevada to those who tested positive for COVID-19. Encourage them to quarantine for at least 10 days and then 4 days. Of self-monitoring.
So far, seven people returning to Maui and six returning to Oahu have tested positive, officials said, including players, parents and spectators.
Health officials investigating the cluster say more cases are likely to occur.
All unvaccinated close contacts, such as fever and chills, cough, shortness of breath, malaise, head and body pain, loss of taste and odor, sore throat and stuffy nose, isolate symptoms. Should be monitored.
People who develop symptoms or test positive should be quarantined by a doctor.
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