Grenada advises people to follow some COVID restrictions in public places 

Grenada advises people to follow some COVID restrictions in public places 
Grenada advises people to follow some COVID restrictions in public places 

Grenada: The Ministry of Health and Social Security advises the public despite the repealing of the COVID-19 Emergency Powers Regulations, anyone visiting the general and subsidiary hospitals and health centres and medical stations should adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures.

Senior health managers are reminding all concerned that the recommended measures include, but are not limited to:

  • Wearing of masks.
  •  Hand-sanitizing.
  • Observing physical distance protocols.

The Ministry firmly believes that the measures are necessary for the continued safety and protection of patients, staff, and visitors.

The Ministry, therefore, calls on all individuals to cooperate fully with the safety measures as it continues efforts to manage effectively, control, and prevent the spread of COVID- 19 at the levels of the hospital and community health services.

The Ministry of Health further extended the members of the public for their understanding and cooperation in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The rate of fully vaccinated people against the viral infection of the novel coronavirus stood at 33.6 percent,on March 22, 2022. The Ministry of Health and Social Security has given a recent update on the COVID-19 pandemic in Grenada.

 As per the report of the Health Ministry of Grenada, a total of 37,894 people have received the two doses of the novel coronavirus. 

At the same time, a total of 5,389 people have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and are partially vaccinated. It represents 4.8 perceht of the total population of Grenada. 

On the other hand, a total of 55,939 people have received the booster shots against the SARS-CoV-2, which represents 5.3 percent of the total population of the country on Monday. 

As per the data are given in the health reports of Grenada, a total of seven people have been exposed to the COVID-19 pandemic, while no person has been succumbed to the viral infection on Monday- March 21, 2022.