Isolation ends for a group in Tahiti

French Polynesia president Edouard Fritch at a Covid-19 news conference in Tahiti last week. Photo: Supplied / President of French Polynesia

The first people confined for 14 days after their arrival in French Polynesia will today be allowed to come out of their isolation.

They are subject to all the restrictions in place to stop the spread of Covid-19, meaning they have to respect the curfew and need to carry a written attestation to justify their movements.

The government said those who are from the outer islands will have to await the lifting of the restrictions.

37 people have tested positive since the outbreak of the epidemic in French Polynesia three weeks ago.

One of the carriers is in hospital.

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