Patients were also told that if their last COVID-19 test result was negative, they would be tested on June 3, but sent home for isolation, and that a follow-up on their progress would be done by the regional health authority responsible for the community or parish in which they reside.
Dem a mix up people test and they lying because when they tell us we're going home Thursday (June 4) I'm expecting to be home with my family, because dem seh mi test negative, and now they telling me that it was positive.
He said crew members who received a negative result after the first test were sent home to finish their isolation period, while those who received a preliminary positive result remained at Grand Bahia.
According to the woman, the results from her first test, done on May 14, returned a negative.
“I called back the nurse station to say, 'Miss, even if unnuh not sending me home, although mi get a negative, can you just look at my name and tell me my result if it's negative or positive?