St Kitts and Nevis reports three recoveries in past 24 hours

A total of one (1) new COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the healthcare facilities on Sunday, March 20, 2022.

St Kitts and Nevis reports three recoveries in past 24 hours
St Kitts and Nevis reports three recoveries in past 24 hours

St Kitts and Nevis: The daily toll of active COVID-19 cases in St Kitts and Nevis is witnessing a decline, the Ministry of Health and Wellness noted. A total of one (1) new COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the healthcare facilities on Sunday, March 20, 2022.

While a total of three (3) COVID-19 patients recovered from the contagious virus in the past 24 hours. The data has been shared by the health ministry in its daily COVID-19 update report, which further highlights that with the arrival of these additional cases, the total count of active novel coronavirus infections has risen to three (3) in the twin-island Federation.

St Kitts currently possesses ‘zero’ (0) active cases of the COVID-19 virus and Nevis three (3), according to the data shared by health ministry in its report.

As of March 20, 2022, the death rate of St Kitts and Nevis remains at 42, of which a total of 35 deaths have been recorded in St Kitts and the remaining seven (7) individuals who died to belong to the Nevis island.

The data of the report further notes that since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in the twin-island Federation, a total of 5,548 confirmed cases of the viral disease have been reported. Out of this confirmed cases toll, St Kitts recorded 4,704 cases of the COVID-19, and Nevis has an 844 confirmed infection rate.

The recovery rate in St Kitts and Nevis at present stands at 5,503, of which a total of 4,669 individuals recovered from the deadliest mutant in St Kitts, whereas a total of 834 COVID-19 patients recovered hale from Nevis island.

The health ministry has also asked the general public to abide by the COVID-19 health protocols such as – wearing masks, frequently sanitizing, maintaining a referred physical distance at the public places, and avoiding unnecessary gatherings.

To obtain further more information, the citizens can visit the official website of the health ministry at – COVID19.GOV.KN.