The number of active Coronavirus cases has risen by 30 since Friday night.
21 were found without displaying any symptoms. One person remains in hospital being treated for the virus.
Eight of the new cases were visiting farmworkers, and five more were other agricultural workers who came into contact with them.
17 others were local residents.
Since Friday, 13 people have recovered and one left the island, leaving Jersey with 61 active cases of COVID-19.
25 of the new cases were arrivals into Jersey - 15 from green areas, seven from amber, and three red.
18 of the arrivals were already self-isolating when their test result came back.
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
Of the thirty positive results reported today, (covering Friday, Saturday & Sunday), 18 of the 25 arrivals who tested positive have been self-isolating since they arrived in Jersey.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) October 12, 2020
Over the weekend the average time for Day 0 arrivals was nine hours.
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