The National Medical Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) details the conditions for moving to the Green Alert Level
The National Medical Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) today stated that the 14 day average positivity rate needs to remain below 2% before the Alert Level can transition from Yellow to Green.
The Taskforce explained that calculating the average rate, which has started with the implementation of the COVID-19 Alert Level Traffic Light System on 2 July, needs to stay below 2% for 14 days before adopting the Green Alert Level.
The Taskforce noted that some dates may be designated at higher alert levels if deemed necessary to the health and safety of all and reiterated the importance of continuing to adhere to all precautionary measures to reduce transmission rates and eradicate the virus.
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