Barbados: 27. 2% population is fully vaccinated against COVID

According to the report of the Ministry of Health and Wellness, a total of 10 new cases were reported on 20 July 2021 of the coronavirus on the Barbados island. With this, the total number of the confirmed cases on the Island has increased to 4,302.

Barbados: According to the report of the Ministry of Health and Wellness, a total of 10 new cases were reported on 20 July 2021 of the coronavirus on the Barbados island. With this, the total number of the confirmed cases on the Island has increased to 4,302.

Out of the confirmed cases, a total of 2,213 COVID-19 cases are male, while in total, 2,089 COVID-19 cases are female. A total of 165 individuals are in isolation.

The Island also has not recorded a single death on 20 July 2021; that is, the death rate of the Island remains forty-eight.

According to the Barbados COVID-19 situation report, since the coronavirus pandemic started, a total of 204,589 individuals have been tested for the deadly mutant.

A total of 4,058 individuals have been recovered from the deadly virus in Barbados nation.

Around 98,450 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the nation. Till 20 July 2021, a total of 73,621 people have received the second dose of their COVID-19 vaccine and are fully vaccinated now, which is around 27. 2 % population is fully vaccinated.

The Ministry of Health and Wellness has also mentioned helpline numbers in the report for the residents regarding any help, or if they need any information, the residents can contact at – 536-4500 and on the COVID monitoring unit number at – 536-3865.

According to the statistics, the world reported a total of 192,229,676 cases of the COVID-19 virus. A total of 4,133,340 deaths have been reported worldwide due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

A total of 174,924,706 people have got recovered from the COVID-19 mutant.

The coronavirus disease COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly brought unexpected macroeconomic challenges to the Barbadian economy.

This challenging economic situation has reversed recent gains in the fiscal position, as the fiscal surplus of 3.7% of GDP in the 2019/20 fiscal year had become a fiscal deficit of 0.2% of GDP by September 2020 and gross public debt expanded by 8.5 percentage points to 131% of GDP in the same month.