By Admin. Updated 8:23 a.m., Friday, January 8, 2021, Atlantic Standard Time (GMT-4).
St. Vincent and the Grenadines now has 102 active COVID-19 cases.
This comes after the country St Vincent and the Grenadines confirmed 55 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, January 7. Three of the cases are imported and 52 are nationals without a recent history of travel.
The 52 new local cases bring the total number of local cases under investigation to 80.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has now recorded 204 cases of COVID-19. One hundred and two persons have recovered and 102 remain active. All positive cases will continue to be isolated until cleared by two negative tests.
Extensive contact tracing is ongoing.
Persons with flu-like symptoms such as sore throat, fever and cough are advised to go to the nearest district Flu Clinic ensuring that they wear appropriate facial coverings. Persons with flu like symptoms should not use public transportation where possible. The Flu Clinics in the nine health districts are:
Kingstown Health District – Kingstown Health Centre
Pembroke Health District – Buccament Polyclinic, Layou Health Centre, 3. Chateaubelair (North Leeward) Health District – Coull’s Hill Health Centre, Chateaubelair SMART Hospital
Marriaqua Health District – Levi Latham Health Complex, Evesham Health Centre, Lowmans Windward Health Centre
Calliaqua Health District – Stubbs Polyclinic, Belair Health Centre
Cedars Health District – Biabou Health Centre, South Rivers Health Centre
Georgetown (North Windward) Health District – Georgetown Health Centrel, Sandy Bay Health Centre, Owia Health Center, Fancy Health Centre
Northern Grenadines Health District – Port Elizabeth Hospital 9. Southern Grenadines Health District – Celena Clouden Hospital, Mayreau Health Centre, Canouan Health Centre.