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Four more COVID-19 deaths, toll at 160


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Four people – two men and two women – have been added to the list of coronavirus (COVID-19) casualties.

On Monday, November 1, a 70-year-old woman of Haitian nationality passed away at Harrison’s Point Isolation Facility, and a 92-year-old Barbadian man also succumbed to the virus while at the Queen’s College Isolation Centre. They were both unvaccinated.

Additionally, two Barbadians, an 88-year-old woman and a 94-year-old man, died today, Tuesday, November 2, at the Harrison’s Point and Blackman and Gollop Isolation Facilities, respectively. She was vaccinated, while he was unvaccinated.

The deaths from COVID-19 now stand at 160.

Minister of Health and Wellness, Jeffrey Bostic, has extended condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. (MR/BGIS)


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