Nearly 73.6 per cent of St Kitts & Nevis population, 24,875 individuals, have received their second jabs of the COVID-19 vaccine and are fully vaccinated now, while a total of 80.1 per cent of the SKN population has taken its first dose, till November 28, 2021.
Trinidad and Tobago recorded a total of 456 new COVID-19 cases, along with 25 additional deaths on November 28, 2021. With this, the toll of active COVID-19 cases has increased to 10,477.
Amid the discovery of the new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron' in the nations of South Africa, countries across the globe are now banning or hardening the COVID-19 travel protocols. The Jamaican government has also imposed travel restrictions on the South African nations.
Trinidad and Tobago recorded a total of 672 new COVID-19 cases, along with 29 additional deaths on November 27, 2021. With this, the toll of active COVID-19 cases has increased to 10,342.
Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya informed that India is all set to supply the COVID-19 vaccines to the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The island reported a total of 154 new cases of the COVID-19 mutant, comprising 74 males and 80 females. So far, the island has reported a total of 24,769 confirmed cases of the deadliest mutant, according to the health ministry’s report till November 25, 2021.
World Health Organisation - WHO warns the nations to be more cautious as the new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron' has been discovered in the region of South Africa on November 24, 2021, calling it a 'variant of concern'.
As the world is witnessing the emergence of the new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron', the government of Trinidad and Tobago put a travel restriction on a few nations, which came in effect from November 26, 2021.
On Friday, November 25, 2021, the island recorded 45 additional new infections of coronavirus, taking the toll of active cases to 394, among which 235 are taking medical attention at the COVID Car Complex while 158 have isolated themselves at their homes.
A total of 720 new COVID-19 cases has been reported in Trinidad and Tobago, along with 21 additional deaths on November 26, 2021. With this, the toll of active COVID-19 cases has increased to 10,005.