The Ministry of Health revealed in its daily 4pm update this afternoon (Tuesday 6th April 2021) that there are twenty-two (22) additional COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago. This represents a 57.14% increase in reported cases from yesterday. These new patients will be processed for admission at the discretion of the CMOHs.
The Ministry reported fourteen (14) new cases yesterday. The country’s death toll remains at 145 at this time. T&T’s total positive cases now jumps to 8,214, with 392 being active cases. A total of 7,677 patients have recovered from the virus to date. 325 persons are in home self-isolation and there are 285 persons in total at State quarantine facilities.
The Ministry states that the number of positive cases reported reflects the samples taken during the period 3rd - 5th April 2021 and not the last 24 hours.
In its latest update, the Ministry notes that two (2) persons have been discharged from public health facilities and there have been ten (10) recovered community cases. Recovered community cases refer to persons who were previously COVID-19 positive and in self-isolation at home, and subsequently met the discharge criteria and were released from self-isolation.
The Ministry also notes that there are currently thirty-eight (38) COVID-19 positive patients being treated at Hospitals:
Among the patients at Couva, three (3) are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). There are also currently seven (7) COVID-19 positive patients in step-down/transition facilities - all at UWI, Debe.
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