“Proud of our record on managing COVID-19,” states PM Harris as he praises St Kitts & Nevis residents

“Proud of our record on managing COVID-19,” states PM Harris as he praises St Kitts & Nevis residents

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St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris praised the residents of the twin-island Federation for abiding by the rules and regulations implemented by the government and Health Ministry of St Kitts and Nevis.

Prime Minister stated that the nation has been delivering one of the best COVID-19 management records in the world.

He further lauded the government for its continuous focus on saving the lives of the people of St Kitts and Nevis.

Prime Minister Harris took social media and stated, “Proud of our record on managing COVID-19 delivering one of the best records in the world.”

“People of the twin-island Federation can look back knowing our focus was all about #savinglives #CountryAboveSelf,” he concluded.

St Kitts and Nevis have witnessed COVID-19 very efficiently. In accordance with the health ministry, the total number of active cases reported in the Federation is one (1). Out of the total, a single COVID case has been reported from St Kitts, and no cases have been registered in Nevis.

As per the shared data, the total number of confirmed cases of the deadly virus in the country has crossed the mark of 5,000 and is at 5,562. Out of the total, Nevis has reported 847 cases, and St Kitts has 4,715 COVID-19 cases.

Total recovered cases in St Kitts are 4,678, and Nevis is 840, taking the total recovered cases in the twin-island Federation to 5,518.

Total death due to COVID-19 registered in St Kitts and Nevis is 43. Of these total deaths reported in St Kitts is 36, and only seven (7) deaths have been reported in Nevis.

According to the status of the vaccination, till March 21, 2022, around 83.1 percent of the citizens of the Federation are partially vaccinated, while 78.0 percent are fully immunised against the COVID-19 infection. A total of 10.0 percent of the total eligible population received their booster shots.