COVID-19 outbreak: St Kitts and Nevis log 431 active cases

As the fourth wave of COVID-19 hits the twin-island Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, the island faces a massive surge of the deadly virus.

COVID-19
COVID-19 in St Kitts and Nevis
As the fourth wave of COVID-19 hits the twin-island Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, the island faces a massive surge of the deadly virus. On January 2, 2022, the Health Ministry of St Kitts and Nevis shared the latest update on the COVID-19 pandemic, which discovered that a total of 59 individuals had been diagnosed with the virus.
With the emergence of the new cases, the toll of active cases now stands at 431. However, St Kitts and Nevis have not reported any death on January 2, 2022.
As per the status of recovery patients, to date, a total of 2,793 patients have been safely recovered from the deadly virus. These people were discharged from the hospital.
The report of Health Ministry underscored that since St Kitts and Nevis discovered the viral infection, a total of 3252 individuals have tested positive for the contagious mutant. Further, 2714 people were infected with COVID-19 from St Kitts, whereas a total of 538 persons were diagnosed with a viral infection from Nevis island.
According to reports, St Kitts has administered the vaccine doses to a total of  41,039 individuals. While Nevis has administered a total of 13,216 people with the doses of vaccine against COVID-19. The total number of the population who took the vaccine doses is 55,255.
Till January 2, 2022, around 81.4 percent of adult people were inoculated by taking the first jab of the vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic. While, a total of 75.9 percent of the adult population are fully immunised by taking both jabs of the vaccine against the viral infection, mentioned in the report of the health ministry.
Further, as per the data of vaccination among children, around 16.4 percent of children are partially immunised as they have taken their first dose of vaccine in the country.
On the other hand, about 14 percent of children have taken both jabs of a WHO-approved vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic and are fully inoculated.
So far, St Kitts and Nevis have provided booster shots to their around 5 percent population.
According to reports, St Kitts has administered the vaccine doses to a total of  41,039 individuals. While Nevis has administered a total of 13,216 people with the doses of vaccine against COVID-19. The total number of the population who took the vaccine doses is 55,255.