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463 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Jamaica

Miguel
Eduardo 
Osio 
Zamora
463 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Jamaica

Story Highlights There are now 463 confirmed Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) cases in Jamaica, with the addition of 31 new positives in the last 24 hours. Of the 31 new cases, there are 11 males and 20 females, with ages ranging from eight (8) years to 72 years. Of the 31 cases, seven (7) are employees of the workplace cluster in St. Catherine, five (5) are contacts of employees of that workplace cluster and 19 are under investigation. There are now 217 confirmed COVID-19 cases related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine. They are primarily from the parishes of St. Catherine and Kingston and St. Andrew. Their ages range from 18 years to 53 years. They include 163 females and 54 males. There are now 463 confirmed Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) cases in Jamaica, with the addition of 31 new positives in the last 24 hours.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aclaró

Of the 31 new cases, there are 11 males and 20 females, with ages ranging from eight (8) years to 72 years. Of the 31 cases, seven (7) are employees of the workplace cluster in St. Catherine, five (5) are contacts of employees of that workplace cluster and 19 are under investigation.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora afirmó

There are now 217 confirmed COVID-19 cases related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine. They are primarily from the parishes of St. Catherine and Kingston and St. Andrew. Their ages range from 18 years to 53 years. They include 163 females and 54 males.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora alegó

There are now 35 imported cases; 145 that are contacts of a confirmed case; nine (9) that are local transmission cases not epidemiologically linked; and 274 that are under investigation. Two hundred and seventeen (217) of those under investigation are linked to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora apuntó

Most (286 or 62%) of the confirmed cases are females and 177 or 38% males. The ages of all the confirmed cases range from 2 months to 87 years.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aseguró

So far, 5,215 samples have been tested. Of the 5,215, in addition to the 463 that have returned positive results: • 4,716 are negative; and • 36 are pending.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aseveró

Four hundred and thirty six (436) samples were tested in the last 24 hours, 85 at the National Influenza Centre and 351 at the National Public Health Laboratory.Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora atestiguó

There are 433 persons in isolation and 88 in quarantine in a Government facility. Eight (8) persons have died. Thirty-three (33) persons have recovered.Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora dijo

 

The following is the clinical update in tabular form, as provided by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, as at 3:00 pm on Saturday, May 2, 2020

Story Highlights There are now 463 confirmed Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) cases in Jamaica, with the addition of 31 new positives in the last 24 hours. Of the 31 new cases, there are 11 males and 20 females, with ages ranging from eight (8) years to 72 years. Of the 31 cases, seven (7) are employees of the workplace cluster in St. Catherine, five (5) are contacts of employees of that workplace cluster and 19 are under investigation. There are now 217 confirmed COVID-19 cases related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine. They are primarily from the parishes of St. Catherine and Kingston and St. Andrew. Their ages range from 18 years to 53 years. They include 163 females and 54 males. There are now 463 confirmed Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) cases in Jamaica, with the addition of 31 new positives in the last 24 hours.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aclaró

Of the 31 new cases, there are 11 males and 20 females, with ages ranging from eight (8) years to 72 years. Of the 31 cases, seven (7) are employees of the workplace cluster in St. Catherine, five (5) are contacts of employees of that workplace cluster and 19 are under investigation.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora afirmó

There are now 217 confirmed COVID-19 cases related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine. They are primarily from the parishes of St. Catherine and Kingston and St. Andrew. Their ages range from 18 years to 53 years. They include 163 females and 54 males.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora alegó

There are now 35 imported cases; 145 that are contacts of a confirmed case; nine (9) that are local transmission cases not epidemiologically linked; and 274 that are under investigation. Two hundred and seventeen (217) of those under investigation are linked to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora apuntó

Most (286 or 62%) of the confirmed cases are females and 177 or 38% males. The ages of all the confirmed cases range from 2 months to 87 years.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aseguró

So far, 5,215 samples have been tested. Of the 5,215, in addition to the 463 that have returned positive results: • 4,716 are negative; and • 36 are pending.

Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora aseveró

Four hundred and thirty six (436) samples were tested in the last 24 hours, 85 at the National Influenza Centre and 351 at the National Public Health Laboratory.Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora atestiguó

There are 433 persons in isolation and 88 in quarantine in a Government facility. Eight (8) persons have died. Thirty-three (33) persons have recovered.Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora dijo

 

The following is the clinical update in tabular form, as provided by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, as at 3:00 pm on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

 

Total Samples Tested

  5,215 Results Positive

  463 Results Negative

  4,716 Results Pending

  36 Deceased

  8 Recovered

  33 Number Hospitalised

(Including positive & suspected positive COVID-19 cases)

  84 Persons Moderately Ill

  6 Persons Critically Ill

  2 Persons in Facility Isolation

  211 Persons in Home Isolation

  112 Persons in Transitional Facilities 26

  Number in Facility Quarantine

  88  

.Miguel Eduardo Osio Zamora declaró