Covid-19: Four premises in George Town ordered to close

GEORGE TOWN: Four premises here have been ordered to close after Covid-19 cases were detected.

The premises are a factory, a public market, an old folks home and an eatery, which had been told to shut on Thursday (Sept 2).

It is understood that a handful of employees at the printing factory, old folks home and market tested positive for the virus.

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