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St. Vincent and the Grenadines, on Tuesday, confirmed 35 new COVID-19 cases.

“All of the cases were detected during contact tracing and testing at flu clinics,” the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) said in its daily press release.

There are now 657 local cases of COVID-19, the majority of whom are linked to various clusters, NEMO said.

Twelve persons have recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 165, and 631 cases remain active.

Two persons with COVID-19 have died.

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Since March 2020, SVG has recorded 798 cases of COVID-19.

“All positive cases will remain isolated until cleared. All close contacts of positive cases should contact the flu clinic in their district to arrange testing. These close or primary contacts must remain in their place of quarantine until receipt of their results.

“All residents of and visitors to St. Vincent and the Grenadines are reminded of the importance of consistently wearing facial coverings to protect themselves from being infected with the virus which causes COVID-19,” NEMO said.

2 replies on “35 new COVID cases bring total to 798”

  1. I would hate to be a head of state right now. There is no leader on earth today that is not getting crucified by their citizens. People are rioting because of the lock-downs and many in SVG are begging to be locked-down so that the economy can fail. then, afterwards, they will crucify our leader for that too, when vast sums have to be borrowed and taxes have to skyrocket. THE ROTHSCHILD CONTROLLED BANKS ARE IN HEAVEN RIGHT NOW!
    It is totally amazing how many idiots we have in the world, that are begging for debt slavery and high taxes!

    “Please Mr Prime Minister, lock us down so that we can get poorer. We are afraid of a virus that the news has told us MILLIONS are dying, even though 99.8% of those few that do get it make a full recovery.” Take our liberty away to make us safe as sheep…Baaa, baaa!” “Then we will also blame you for the consequences afterwards.”

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