209 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in St. Kitts and Nevis

There are 209 diagnosed cases, no deaths and 145 active cases of the coronavirus in the twin island of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

This was announced by the Ministry of Health on the evening of Monday June 14, 2021, which saw the country recording 22 additional cases over the past weekend.

“These new cases are nationals. The individuals are in isolation and are being monitored. These cases bring the total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases to 209 with 195 cases for St. Kitts and 14 cases for Nevis. Please note that 64 cases have fully recovered with zero deaths. There are now one hundred forty –five active cases,” noted a Ministry’s spokesperson.

The Ministry of Health said it will continue its robust contact tracing exercise which began on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 and we will update citizens as the situation unfolds.

“We will broaden our web of contact tracing and testing to identify all possible contacts. The aim is to break the chains of transmission of the COVID-19 virus and contain this cluster of cases. The Ministry of Health wishes to assure the public that all measures are being taken to restrict the spread of the coronavirus.

“We urge you to adhere to the COVID-19 prevention and control measures. These include wearing a face mask, maintaining good hand hygiene, maintaining physical distance of at least 6 feet from others when in public places and avoiding crowds and events.

“These non-pharmaceutical measures work, and we are encouraging everyone to comply with them especially at this time. We remind you that the AstraZeneca / Oxford COVID-19 vaccine is our main tool in fighting this virus and we urge you to come forward and get vaccinated. By getting vaccinated you are not only protecting yourself but those who cannot be vaccinated such as all of our school children.

“We continue to encourage persons to empower themselves with the facts about the benefits of the AstraZeneca Oxford Vaccine and take advantage of this opportunity to be vaccinated. You can access the COVID-19 vaccine at any health center in St. Kitts during this week Monday to Friday between the hours of 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and any health center in Nevis during this week between the hours of 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.,” the Ministry said.

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