Dominica records two new COVID-19 cases

The Commonwealth of Dominica has recorded two new cases of the COVID-19 cases on 14 June 2021 as per the coronavirus (COVID-19) report by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment of the country.

Dominica: The Commonwealth of Dominica has recorded two new cases of the COVID-19 cases on 14 June 2021 as per the coronavirus (COVID-19) report by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment of the country.

As per the reports, till 14 June 2021, a total of 189 patients have been recovered from the deadly coronavirus, and no contact is under investigation. The island has a death rate of zero, till now.

The island recorded a total of 191 active COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started. A total of twenty-six individuals are in the GOCD quarantine, according to the health ministry’s report.

The COVID-19 report further states that a total of 980 contacts have been cleared while around 977 contacts have been identified. So far, a total of 17856 individuals have been tested for the novel coronavirus, out of which 17665 cases resulted negative for the mutant.

The health ministry informed in the report that a total of 20134 individuals have received their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine where as 17844 individuals have received their second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and are fully vaccinated against the mutant now, as of 14 June 2021.

According to the statistics, worldwide, there are around 176,764,688 novel coronavirus cases, out of which a total of 160,815,511 patients have been recovered from the deadly COVID-19 mutant.

Globally, a total of 3,820,587 deaths have been reported due to the novel coronavirus.

The ministry of health of Dominica has also provided COVID-19 hotline numbers in order to provide assistance to people, the citizens can contact at – (767) 448-2151, (767) 448 – 2153, (767) 448-2156, (767) 611-4325, 1800-219.

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors earlier this year approved the US$25 million first COVID-19 Response and Recovery Development Policy Credit to Dominica island. This is Dominica’s first World Bank budget support operation.