'Weak-positive' COVID-19 test result recorded in the Northern Territory

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Northern Territory health authorities believe a man in his 60s who came back with a 'weak-positive' coronavirus test result while in a mandatory quarantine facility outside of Darwin is not infectious, and is simply dealing with small residual amount of virus after he recovered from the coronavirus in Victoria earlier this year.
Northern Territory health authorities say there has been a 'weak-positive' coronavirus test result of a man in his 60s who had recently arrived from Victoria and previously recovered from the virus.

Key points: The man, in his 60s, arrived in Darwin on flight JQ674 from Brisbane on Saturday

The man, in his 60s, arrived in Darwin on flight JQ674 from Brisbane on Saturday He had previously recovered from coronavirus in Victoria, and is not believed to be infectious

He had previously recovered from coronavirus in Victoria, and is not believed to be infectious The man has been in a mandatory quarantine facility since getting off the flight and is not showing any symptoms

NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles said the man had gone straight to a quarantine facility in Howard Springs after arriving by plane on flight JQ674 from Brisbane on Saturday.

"He wore a mask as soon…
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