One COVID-19 case in Dominica

According to the Coronavirus COVID-19 report by the Ministry of Health, Wellness, and New Health Investment of Commonwealth of Dominica, the island has only one active case of the COVID-19 mutant as of Wednesday, 2 June.

Dominica: According to the Coronavirus COVID-19 report by the Ministry of Health, Wellness, and New Health Investment of Commonwealth of Dominica, the island has only one active case of the COVID-19 mutant as of Wednesday, 2 June.

The report states that as of 2 June, around 187 individuals have been recovered from the novel coronavirus. The nation still holds a zero death rate due to the COVID-19 mutant.

There are no cases of contacts that are under investigation, and a total of twenty-nine people are in the GOCD quarantine. The number of contacts who have been cleared is 976, and around 976 contacts have been identified.

According to the coronavirus report of the health ministry, so far, a total of 17,135 people have been tested for the COVID-19 mutant, out of which 16,947 results if the individuals came out negative for the deadly virus.

As of 2 June 2021, a total of 19830 individuals have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, on the other hand, a total of 17296 individuals have got their second dose of vaccine and are now fully vaccinated against the novel coronavirus in v.

According to the statistics, so far, there are a total of 172,200,464 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in the world, out of which a total of 154,833,863 individuals have defeated the novel coronavirus and recovered from it.

The world has reported a total of 3,696,864 deaths because of the deadly coronavirus as of Wednesday, 2 June 2021.

The report was shared by the Prime Minister of Dominica – Roosevelt Skerrit, via his social media handle. The residents of Dominica have also praised the efforts of the government and leadership of PM Skerrit in controlling the cases of the COVID-19 virus in the country.

The health ministry has further provided helpline numbers for the people regarding any assistance of COVID-19, citizens can contact at (767)448-2151, (767) 448-2153, (767) 448-2156, (767) 611-4325 and 1 800-219.