Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 Remain At 63

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Jamaica remains at 63.

The classifications of the confirmed cases are 30 imported cases, 22 import-related cases and 11 cases under investigation. The average age of the confirmed patients is 49 years – ranging from a minimum age of 12 to a maximum of 87 years.

Of the 63 confirmed cases, twenty-nine (29) are females, and thirty-four (34) are males. To date, four (4) patients have died, while thirteen (13) patients have recovered and been released.

Currently, there are 41 persons in quarantine at a government facility and 61 persons are in isolation.

Two results are pending from the National Influenza Centre.

The current breakdown of  cases by parish are as follows:

Hanover 0
St Elizabeth  3
St James  4
Trelawny  0
Westmoreland  2
Clarendon 14
Manchester 6
St Ann 6
St Catherine 4
St Mary 1
Portland 5
Kingston & St Andrew 18
St Thomas 0

Globally at least 1,619,051 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed with at least 96,966 deaths linked to the disease.

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