Trinidad and Tobago records 509 new COVID-19 cases with 12 deaths

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A total of 509 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in Trinidad and Tobago, along with twelve additional deaths. With this, the toll of active COVID-19 cases has increased to 6,299.

With these additional deaths, the total number of individuals who lost their lives to the COVID-19 has risen to 1,818. Till November 11, 2021, in total, 52,867 individuals have been recovered from the deadly mutant. A total of 408 COVID-19 patients are in the hospital facility.

As per the Health Ministry’s report, there are a total of 62 patients in the step-down facilities, about 94 individuals are in the state-quarantine facilities.

A total of 5,320 individuals have isolated themselves at their homes following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the data shared in the health ministry’s report of T&T.

If we look at the statistics of COVID-19 testing, a total of 410,396 individuals have been tested for the novel coronavirus, out of which a total of 174,687 individuals have been tested at private facilities, whereas the remaining tests were conducted at public healthcare facilities.

As of November 11, 2021, in Trinidad and Tobago, a total of 630,144 individuals have received their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, whereas, in total, 623,206 individuals have welcomed their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and now are fully vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19.

The citizens can get updates and information regarding the COVID-19 mutant by visiting the health ministry’s official website at – www.health.gov.tt/covid19. For any further information and updates related to the COVID-19 vaccination, the residents can visit – https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine.

A total of 60,984 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the island of Trinidad and Tobago since the beginning of the pandemic. The health ministry has urged its citizens to come forward and take their jabs of the COVID-19 vaccine so that the country can soon return back to normalcy.