There was, as of Thursday, had no known active COVID-19 case in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, following the recovery of the last two cases.

National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) said the two latest recoveries were indicated by the negative results of RT-PCR tests conducted at the Molecular PCR Laboratory Unit of the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment and confirmed by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) Public Health Laboratory in Trinidad Thursday.

“The two second negative results required to clear the positive cases were among a batch for 23 samples, 18 of which belonged to the Vincentians repatriated from Cuba on Monday, June 22,” NEMO said.

 All of the samples were negative and were processed at our local PCR lab and also sent to CARPHA, where the results were confirmed, a statement further continued.

SVG now has 29 recovered cases of COVID-19.

“The public is reminded of the importance of maintaining the public health measures currently in place which include appropriate mask use, hand hygiene, cough etiquette, physical distancing of at least 3-6 feet in public spaces and strict adherence to quarantine and isolation. These measures, are vital and are proven to slow the spread of COVID-19,” NEMO said.

One reply on “No active COVID-19 cases in SVG”

  1. Thomas Schneider says:

    Would love see a regular section dedicated to possible measures being thought about to allow visitors from Canada back to SV and Bequia . We come to Bequia yearly,are booked for Feb. next year and of course realize the difficulty of this situation. having a section for tourists to write in and share their thoughts, questions and ideas about moving forward would help us all with our hopes of coming back to your beautiful area and fabulous people.

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