Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean island has reported a total of 236 new cases of the novel coronavirus on 1 July 2021, taking the total number of the active cases to 6,943.
This data was shared by the Health Ministry of the island via the COVID-19 update report.
The report further states that a total of 25,229 individuals have been recovered from the deadly mutant while around 381 people are still in the hospital facilities.
While around 136 individuals are in the step-down facilities, a total of 162 patients are in the state-quarantine facilities, where as in total 6,190 individuals have isolated themselves at their respective homes.
So far, till 1 July 2021, Trinidad and Tobago has reported a total of 857 deaths, while since the COVID-19 pandemic started, the nation has reported in total 33,029 cases of the deadly mutant.
As per the data in the report issued by the Health Ministry, as of 1 July 2021, a total of 214,613 citizens of Trinidad and Tobago has received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
While the report states that in total around 97,199 individuals have received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and are fully vaccinated against the deadly mutant now.
On the island, 232,452 individuals have been tested for the novel coronavirus, as of 1 July 2021, out of which a total of 98,839 individuals have been tested at the private healthcare facilities while a total of 133,613 COVID-19 tests were conducted at the public healthcare facilities.
Further additional details related to the COVID-19 mutant update are available on the official website of the Ministry of Health’s website at – www.health.gov.tt/covid19.
For any information regarding the COVID-19 vaccination, the citizens can visit at – https://health.gov.tt/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine.
The PNM government via social media informed that so far in total 50,000 food boxes have been delivered by NAMDEVCO, for the government’s COVID-19 relief food support programme, which began on May 7th, 2021.
These food relief packages are provided to the families who have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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