SKN has 35 active COVID-19 cases, 59.2% population is fully vaccinated

The Caribbean island of St Kitts and Nevis have reported one new COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 to 565, as of 25 July 2021.

Trinidad and Tobago sees 624 new COVID-19 cases, 31 deaths in last 24 hrs
Trinidad and Tobago sees 624 new COVID-19 cases, 31 deaths in last 24 hrs

Saint Kitts and Nevis: The Caribbean island of St Kitts and Nevis have reported one new COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 to 565, as of 25 July 2021.

Till 25 July 2021, the sister island has 35 active cases of the novel coronavirus. Out of the confirmed cases, in total, 527 patients have been recovered from the deadly mutant. The island has a total of 35 active COVID-19 cases on the island.

Out of 565 confirmed cases, a total of 546 COVID-19 cases are on the St Kitts island, while 19 confirmed COVID-19 cases are on Nevis island.

While a total of three deaths have been reported on the sister island due to the deadly COVID-19 mutant, out of the total COVID-19 tests conducted so far, a total of 24,886 individuals tested negative for the novel coronavirus.

The Caribbean island of St Kitts and Nevis has vaccinated 59.2 per cent (19,563 individuals) of the population against the COVID-19 deadly mutant, as per the report of the Health Ministry of the island, till 23 July 2021.

The data in the report of the Health Ministry states that a total of 71.5 per cent of St Kitts and Nevis population has received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of 23 July 2021.

In total, 43,190 doses of the novel coronavirus vaccines have been administered on the sister islands, out of which a total of 33,238 doses were administered on St Kitts. In comparison, around 9,952 COVID-19 doses have been administered on Nevis island.

The SKN government has asked its citizens to follow the COVID-19 health protocols and measures such as – wearing masks, frequently sanitizing, maintaining social distance.

Additionally, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis – Dr Timothy Harris, has also encouraged citizens to take jabs of their COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible in order to fight and defeat the deadly mutant.

The SKN government also provided COVID-19 hotline numbers – (869) 467-1146/1233 (St Kitts), (869) 469-5521, 2035/2051/(869) 469 -8010 (Nevis island).