The number of individuals confirmed to have covid-19 in Jersey now stands at 61 after 30 cases were identified over the weekend.
25 of the cases picked up between Friday and Sunday were new arrivals: 15 arrived from green zones, seven from amber and three from red.
The Government said 18 of the group were already isolating when they received their test results.
It also noted in a statement posted to social media: "Of the 25 arrivals, 17 were residents and eight were visitors. All their direct contacts have been traced and are being tested."
The latest figures also include a group of eight agricultural workers who had been isolating in their employee accommodation since arriving in Jersey.
Since Friday 9 October, 13 individuals have recovered, 25 new cases have been identified in Jersey through inbound travel and 5 were identified through contact tracing. The number of active cases in the Island is 61.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) October 12, 2020
21 cases are symptomatic and 40 cases are asymptomatic. pic.twitter.com/HlhfsLcGDI
23 of the 30 tested positive on their 'Day 0' test, while six tested positive on Day 5 and one on Day 8.
21 individuals are symptomatic and 40 are asymptomatic.
The new stats mean that Jersey's 14-day average per 100,000 people now stands at 53.8. Under European Commission standards, Jersey is now an 'orange' jurisdiction.
The news comes after confirmation earlier today that a private school class has had to quarantine for two weeks after an individual tested positive.
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