Two hundred and eighty nine (289) repatriates have graduated from the SIG Quarantine Stations after completing their mandatory quarantine period this week.
The Camp Management Team confirmed 148 graduated on Tuesday 12th and 141 graduated on Wednesday the 13th.
The graduates were returnees on the two repatriation flights from Fiji on the 29th and 30th December last year.
Since their arrival, they were accommodated at Airport Motel, DIDDS, King George Sixth School, King Solomon Hotel and Vimo Quarantine Stations.
They have been quarantined for 14 days and undergone the required number of tests with all negative results.
During the graduation at King George Sixth School, Camp Management Sector Committee Team Leader at King George Sixth Quarantine Station assured the graduates that their certificates are legal documents confirming their COVID 19 status, and congratulated them for the negative results.
The Team Leader also thanked them for their patience and cooperation during the quarantine period and wished them well as they reunite with their families and communities.
Meanwhile the NDOC Camp Management has updated that as of Thursday 14th this week, 154 persons are serving their mandatory quarantine period in the Solomon Islands Government, SIG Quarantine Stations including the Self-Paid and the National Referral Hospital Isolation and the Field Hospital.
Media Release from Public Information Management, NEOC.