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VI's active COVID-19 cases down to 45!

VI's active COVID-19 cases down to 45!

The Virgin Islands is now recording 45 active cases of COVID-19.

Minister for Health and Social Development Honourable Carvin Malone (AL) revealed the latest number last evening, September 14, 2021, during his appearance on the 'Honestly Speaking' radio show with Claude O. Skelton Cline on ZBVI 780 AM.

“We currently have 45 active cases; this comes at a total recorded cases of 2,644. The last number we had was 50, but it is now down to 45.”

Minister for Health and Social Development Honourable Carvin Malone (AL) gave an update on active COVID-19 cases in the territory last evening, September 14, 2021, during his appearance on the 'Honestly Speaking' radio show with Claude O. Skelton Cline on ZBVI 780 AM.


Recoveries


The Health Minister also said the total number of persons recovered is 2,562.

Honourable Malone said; however, “that adds seven new recoveries from where we were, but there were also in terms of positives cases another two. What we have to be mindful of is that we are still able and actually thankful that we catch a number of persons in the day zero test; we have nine of those. We have one on day eight, four on day seven and travel screening, and this is the most troubling part of it because when you travel screen, it means that you are here, so there are nine of those persons,” he said.

Hon Malone also said there were 11 local COVID-19 cases, and the number of COVID-19 related deaths has not risen from 37.

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