Four New COVID-19 Deaths Recorded In Jamaica, 44 New Cases Detected

Jamaica record­ed four COVID-19 relat­ed deaths and 44 new cas­es on Friday, the Ministry of Health and Wellness has revealed.
The deceased include a 78-year-old male from St Ann, a 56-year-old female from Trelawny, and a 70-year-old female and a 78-year-old female, who both had St James addresses.
The death toll from the coro­n­avirus across the island now stands at 311

The 44 new­ly con­firmed COVID-19 cas­es increase the total num­ber of cas­es on record for the island to 13,455. Recoveries increased by 56, bring­ing total recov­er­ies to 11,379.

The new­ly con­firmed cas­es com­prise 30 females and 43 males, with ages rang­ing from one to 76 years.
The cas­es were record­ed in Kingston and St Andrew (24), St Catherine (10), St James (six), Westmoreland (two), Manchester (one), and St Ann (one).There are four mod­er­ate­ly ill patients and five crit­i­cal­ly ill patients among the 1,607 active cas­es under obser­va­tion in Jamaica.

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