There has been another case of coronavirus in the NT.
A Darwin woman in her 50s who recently returned from overseas has tested positive for coronavirus this afternoon.
She was in self-quarantine for a number of days after returning from Pakistan before developing mild symptoms.
The woman is being treated in isolation at the Royal Darwin Hospital.
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The delay between returning home from travelling and becoming unwell means she is not considered to have been infectious on her flights.
Under national medical guidelines contact tracing on the flights is not required.
There are now 14 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Northern Territory.
Twelve of these cases are Territorians, one is from New South Wales and the other from Queensland.
Another Territory man diagnosed with COVID-19 is being cared for by New South Wales Health.
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