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T&T: 546 new cases confirmed with 14 deaths

The island of Trinidad and Tobago has reported 546 new deadly coronavirus cases with fourteen recent additional deaths as of 3 June 2021. 

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Trinidad and Tobago: The island of Trinidad and Tobago has reported 546 new deadly coronavirus cases with fourteen recent additional deaths as of 3 June 2021. 

According to the Trinidad and Tobago COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) update report by the Ministry of Health, as of 3 June 2021, there are a total of 9,817 active COVID-19 virus cases on the island. 

With these recent 14 deaths, the death rate of the island rises to 537. 

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The coronavirus report further states that around 14 918 patients have been recovered from the deadly COVID-19 mutant where as there are a total of 455 individuals who are still in the hospital. 

Around 1309 patients are in the step-down facilities, and a total of 108 patients are in the state quarantine facilities. According to the health ministry’s report, a total of 8,677 people have isolated themselves at their respective homes. 

The ministry further informed in the report that since the starting of the COVID-19 pandemic, around 195,453 people have been tested for the mutant, out of which around 85,840 individuals were tested at the private facilities and the remaining individuals were tested at the public facilities.

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As of 3 June 2021 till 4 pm, there are a total of 106,587 individuals who have received their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine where as a total of 1,179 people have received their second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and are fully vaccinated now. 

These new cases were reported positive from the samples taken during the period from 27 May 2021 to 2 June 2021. The individuals can further visit the health ministry’s official website to check updates and information regarding the novel coronavirus at https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine.

The island recently received a donation of two ventilators from the government of Mexico to strengthen the medical facilities of Trinidad and Tobago. 

 

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