Thursday, April 18, 2024

Barbados records 250th COVID case


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One visitor to the island was diagnosed with COVID-19 after undergoing a second test. The 32-year-old man, who arrived on American Airlines on November 13, was asymptomatic.

Additionally, two persons will be released from isolation today after recovering from the viral illness.

Yesterday, the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory conducted 304 tests. Barbados has now recorded 250 cases. Of these, 238 recovered and five remain in isolation. There were seven deaths.

The laboratory completed 42 022 tests for the year. (BGIS)


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