512 new COVID cases recorded in Trinidad and Tobago along with 12 deaths in 24 hrs

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A total of 512 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in Trinidad and Tobago, along with twelve deaths. With this, the toll of active COVID-19 cases has increased to 6,036.

With these additional deaths, the total number of individuals who lost their lives to the COVID-19 has risen to 1,806. Till November 10, 2021, in total, 52,633 individuals have been recovered from the deadly mutant. A total of 427 COVID-19 patients are in the hospital facility.

As per the Health Ministry’s report, there are a total of 48 patients in the step-down facilities, about 87 individuals are in the state-quarantine facilities.

A total of 5,049 individuals have isolated themselves at their homes following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the data shared in the health ministry’s report of T&T.

If we look at the statistics of COVID-19 testing, a total of 409,241 individuals have been tested for the novel coronavirus, out of which a total of 174,687 individuals have been tested at private facilities, whereas the remaining tests were conducted at public healthcare facilities.

As of November 10, 2021, in Trinidad and Tobago, a total of 629,328 individuals have received their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, whereas, in total, 621,161 individuals have welcomed their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and now are fully vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19.

The citizens can get updates and information regarding the COVID-19 mutant by visiting the health ministry’s official website at – www.health.gov.tt/covid19. For any further information and updates related to the COVID-19 vaccination, the residents can visit – https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine.

So far, a total of 45 per cent of Trinidad and Tobago’s population has received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, while a total of 44.4 per cent of its population has received their second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and are now fully vaccinated.