T&T reports 249 new COVID cases rising active infection toll to 4,710

Trinidad and Tobago island have reported 249 new cases of the COVID-19 mutant on 27 August 2021, as per the report of the Health Ministry. 

Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago island have reported 249 new cases of the COVID-19 mutant on 27 August 2021, as per the report of the Health Ministry. 

As per the report, there are 4,710 total active cases in the nation. In comparison, a total of 38,022 individuals have been recovered from the contagious COVID-19 virus. 

In total, around 279 people are still in the hospital. The Health Ministry further informed in the report that a total of 1,267 patients have died on the Caribbean island as of 27 August 2021.

According to the report, there are a total of 101 patients in the step-down facilities, around 180 individuals are in the state-quarantine facilities. A total of 4,981 individuals have isolated themselves at their respective homes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as per the data shared in the health ministry’s report of T&T. 

So far, as of 27 August 2021, in Trinidad and Tobago, a total of 500,623 individuals have received their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, whereas, in total, 385,589 individuals have welcomed their second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and now are fully vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19.  

As per the report, since the COVID-19 pandemic started, the Caribbean island has reported a total of 43,999 cases of the deadly virus.

If we look at the statistics of COVID-19 testing, a total of 305,681 individuals have been tested for the novel coronavirus, out of which around 131,489 individuals have been tested at private facilities, whereas the remaining tests were conducted at public healthcare facilities. 

 If citizens of the island want to gain any updates and information regarding the COVID-19 mutant, they can visit the health ministry’s official website at – www.health.gov.tt/covid19.

While for any further information and updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccination, the residents can visit at –  https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine