No new case of COVID-19 reported in SKN

However, the Federation have 4 reported fatalities associated with the COVID-19 as a total of 42 people have succumbed to the viral infection on February 20, 2022.

St Kitts and Nevis reports 1 new COVID-19 case
St Kitts and Nevis reports 1 new COVID-19 case

St Kitts and Nevis: A situation of COVID-19 pandemic is stabilising in St Kitts and Nevis as no new case of the viral infection has been reported over the past 24 hours on Sunday, February 20, 2022. As per the COVID-19 situation report of the Health Ministry, the toll of the confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus stood at zero.

However, the Federation have 4 reported fatalities associated with the COVID-19 as a total of 42 people have succumbed to the viral infection on February 20, 2022. As per the reports, out of the total fatalities, 35 deaths were reported from St Kitts, while the remaining seven have been recorded from Nevis.

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As of now, the number of the active cases of the novel coronavirus in the twin-island Federation has reached 32, out of which twenty-eight active cases are present in St Kitts, while the remaining four are in Nevis.

The pandemic emerged in St Kitts and Nevis on March 2021, and a total of 5,523 people have been exposed to the viral infection caused by the SARS-CoV-2 since then.

Out of the total confirmed cases of the mutant, a total of 4,688 cases have been reported from St Kitts, and the reaming 835 were reported from Nevis.

As per the health ministry, as many as 5,449 people have been recovered from the viral infection of the novel coronavirus so far; out of them, St Kitts health facilities have healed a total of 4,625 patients, while from Nevis, 824 people have been cured of the viral infection.

However, on Sunday, February 20, 2022, there was no new recovery have reported from the twin Island Federation.

As per the status of the vaccination, till February 18, 2022, around 58.5 percent of the citizens of St Kitts and Nevis are partially vaccinated, while 49.4 percent are fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 infection. A total of 5.6 percent of the total eligible population received their booster shots.