The total active cases reached to 2 in Dominica which shows effective recovery rate
Dominica: New COVID 19 data has been released by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment of Dominica that shows only the remaining 2 active cases on the island.
The report shows that 16885 is the total count of the persons who are tested by the medical teams, out of which 16697 have been reported negative.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has reached 188, out of which 186 have been recovered successfully, which shows a reasonable recovery rate of the island. Out of which now, 2 active cases are in Dominica.
The government has quarantined 19 patients.
The government has investigated 976 contacts, and 976 contacts have been cleared that meant they do not have any coronavirus symptoms. Now no new connection is being investigated at present.
As of 20 May 2021, a total of 35,452 vaccine doses have been administered to Dominica. Dominica, on 6 April 2021, received 28,800 doses of COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX Facility.
The total figure of the person who has got their first dose of vaccination is 19,733. Whereas 17,201 have been fully vaccinated in Dominica. Since present-day, no death has been reported in Dominica of a COVID-19 infected person. The recovery rate is also increasing for the infected persons.
The government have also shared the COVID-19 Hotline (767)448-2151, (767) 448-2153, (767) 448-2156, (767) 611-4325, 1800-219 in the report.
The government of Dominica on 1 March, the first case in the country and the Caribbean, was confirmed. A 62-year-old man from Italy entered the country on 22 February and fell ill on 24 February, when he was transferred to Ramón Lara military hospital from the beach resort of Bayahibe. The second case was found when A Canadian tourist was tested positive.
The released COVID-19 data of Dominica also shows that there are total of 170,695,962 confirmed cases of COVID-19 all around the world, out of which 152,688,588 instances have been recovered. The death count reported due to COVID-19 has reached 3,550,234 across the globe.