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T&T records new 273 COVID-19 cases

Trinidad and Tobago island have reported 273 new COVID-19 cases on 10 June 2021, as per the COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus, additional details related to the COVID-19 update report by the Ministry of Health.

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Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago island have reported 273 new COVID-19 cases on 10 June 2021, as per the COVID-19 – Novel Coronavirus, additional details related to the COVID-19 update report by the Ministry of Health. 

With these new cases, the total number of active cases on the island increased up to 9,610. 

As per the reports, a total of 17,566 people have been recovered from the deadly virus, and a total of 630 people have died due to the COVID-19 mutant

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The Health Ministry report states that since the pandemic started, a total of 27,806 cases have been reported in Trinidad and Tobago, whereas a total of 451 patients are in the hospital. 

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There are a total of 167 patients who are in the step-down facility, a total of 100 patients have been quarantined in the state facilities, and a total of 8,719 people have isolated themselves at home. 

As of the health ministry till 10 June 2021, a total of 205,495 people have been tested for the novel coronavirus. Around 88,787 people are tested at private facilities, and the remaining were tested at public facilities. 

The health ministry of T&T further informed that there are a total of 144, 502 citizens who have received their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and a total of 7,157 individuals have received their second dose and are fully vaccinated against the deadly mutant. 

For any further information and update regarding the C0VID-19 cases and the vaccination, the citizens can visit the health ministry’s official website at –  https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine

The information was shared by the Health Ministry of Trinidad and Tobago via its social media handle. 

The government of T&T has asked its citizens to rely only on the authentic sources regarding the information of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the Health Ministry. 

 

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