The ministry of health has given employers of operating businesses 14 days to test all their employees on duty for COVID-19 after the government amended the lockdown regulations after Tuesday’s policy that allowed testing to be postponed, The Herald reports.
According to the publication:
Employers may arrange, said the amendment, with enforcement officers for the testing to take place at an agreed time at the workplace or at any other agreed place, and to make these arrangements they may contact the Ministry of Health Call Centre or the Ministry of Information Call Centre.
Businesses reportedly complained that they were having problems finding test kits and arranging for testing appointments.
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