Trinidad and Tobago: Health Ministry shares COVID 19 update
Trinidad and Tobago: Health Ministry shares COVID 19 update
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Trinidad and Tobago: The world has witnessed a surge in COVID-19 cases. The world is on edge to face the global pandemic again as Omicron’s BF. 7 variant has been becoming dominant. After observing a surge of the SARS-CoV-2 virus worldwide, the Health Ministry of Trinidad and Tobago has started updating daily COVID-19 cases again.

As of December 27, 2022, the total number of COVID-19 cases reported in the Caribbean country is 151; of a total, twenty-two (22) are new positive cases rolling seven-day average.

The total number of patient recovered or discharged from the hospitals are 181,621. Out of the total, 26 persons have been discharged from public health facilities and the remaining 176 were recovered from community cases.

According to the information shared by the health authorities of the nation, the total number of active cases reported in the nation stands at 129, and as many as 4,283 people have succumbed to the deadly virus since the pandemic began.

The nation has not reported any COVID-19-related death in the period of 24 hours.

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment of Trinidad and Tobago informed that the number of confirmed cases in the country is 186,033 and the total number of tests conducted in the Caribbean country since the last update was 151.

However, 718,124 doses of vaccine have been administrated to the citizens of the island country. Around 681,876 people have been administered the first dose of the vaccine, and the booster dose has been administrated by 169,325 residents.

The ministry of health also provides a helpline number for the citizens of the country to provide assistance during the hour of emergency.