There are a pair of new developments in the recent story of Estevan woman Rhonda Pachal being given invalid tests at the border, leaving her potentially in a 14-day quarantine.

In an update, it was revealed that she may not need to quarantine for the full time and is seeking some more input from the authorities on that.

However, she will still have to quarantine - as she recently took a rapid test that came up positive - that quarantine is unlikely to last 14 days, however.

She says that she has not yet been contacted by the Canada Border Services Agency or the Public Health Agency of Canada.

However, we did receive a reply from the PHAC yesterday, which touched on the initial incident of the invalid tests.

In a statement, they said:

"The Agency has reviewed and discussed issues of this nature internally and with the service providers to ensure any future occurrences are avoided."

The CBSA has yet to reply to us with a comment.