COVID-19: TT reports four deaths, including an elderly HIV patient

The number of infections has been raised up to 122,717, with the addition of around 624 new cases. The report has come from the samples collected between February 13 and February 17, not 24 hours.

COVID-19: TT reports four deaths, including an elderly HIV patient

Trinidad and Tobago: As of February 18, the nation has reported four deaths, including an elderly HIV+ patient, bringing the total number of deaths reported in TT at 3,553.

All dead persons had multiple comorbidities. Of the total, three were elderly males and an elderly male.

The number of infections has been raised up to 122,717, with the addition of around 624 new cases. The report has come from the samples collected between February 13 and February 17, not 24 hours.

As per the ministry of health of Trinidad and Tobago, the number of active cases is 20,731.

The number of tests conducted in the nation is 612,903; of the total, 278,340 tests have been done at private facilities while 334,563 have been done in a public facility, according to the information at the health ministry of Trinidad and Tobago.

The nation has reported as many as 98,458 cases. Around 32 persons have been discharged from public health facilities, while there have been 557 recovered community cases.

To date, total number of patients admitted in the hospital is 288 and the patients in Step-down/ Transition Facilities are 69. As many as 19,750 patients have been into self-isolation.

The fully-vaccination rate in Trinidad and Tobago is at 49.97 percent. The total population vaccinated in the country is 699,604 and around 700,369 people have taken the first dose of the vaccine. Between July 22, 2021, and February 2, 2022; the number of people got a complete dose of the vaccine was 2,543 (16.5 percent) and partially vaccinated were 12,860 (83.5 percent)

However, around 126,802 people have received the booster dose.