Princes Town District Health Facility staff of the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) delivers Covid-19 vaccines to the Princes Town District Health Facility. Photo/ Ministry of Health
FORTY-TWO new Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health on Sunday.
In its update (#684), the Health Ministry noted that the new cases were from samples taken from Thursday to Saturday.
It also noted that 52,385 of the total people tested were done at private facilities.
And in a release earlier on Sunday, the ministry showed photos of preparations being made for the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in 21 centres throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
The release stated: “As part of the national drive to safeguard the health of the T&T population in the face of the global Covid-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Health in conjunction with the Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) will continue the national vaccination programme from Tuesday April 6, 2021 at the 21 approved vaccination sites across all RHAs.”
See figures below:
Total people tested: 111, 436
New cases: 42
Active cases: 385
Patients recovered: 7,648
Total positive cases: 8, 178
Patients in hospital: 33
Patients in step-down Facilities: 7
Patients in state quarantine: 349
Patients in home isolation: 303