Health officials said the visitor, who is asymptomatic, is a contact of a previously confirmed case and was diagnosed earlier this week.
The confirmed cases are now 236 with 125 women, and authorities said those in isolation number 10; while the recovered remain at 218.
In GuyanaThe Ministry of Health recorded 24 new COVID-19 cases from 109 tests, bringing the total number of confirmed cases since March to September 4, 098.
Another 71 people have recovered, bringing that total to 3,154, according to the ministry’s COVID-19 dashboard. There are seven people in the COVID-19 intensive care unit (ICU), 78 in institutional isolation, and 732 in domestic isolation. Another 31 people are in institutional quarantine and 123 have died.
Suriname health authorities report that there are an estimated 500 civilians in quarantine and that 176 “non-positive” people have been added to the quarantine, bringing the total to 472 in the last 24 hours.
Regarding coronavirus infections, six new cases have been reported and there are now 34 active cases out of a total of 5,198.
“Of the 155 citizens who were given a swab, 149 tested negative. On the other hand, 5,053 people healed, including seven in the last 24 hours. The death toll remained stationary at 111 for the second day in a row. There are currently 22 people in hospitals, three in intensive care and 24 in isolation, ”says the dashboard.
Trinidad and Tobago Health officials are reporting 42 new COVID-19 cases. They said there are now 1,236 active cases and the total death toll is still 107. There have been a total of 5,636 cases and 4,293 patients have recovered.
There are 58 patients in hospitals and 32 in lowering facilities. There are 115 patients in state quarantine facilities and 1,146 in self-isolation. The update found that the total number of people tested so far is 32,861.
In St. LuciaWhen opposition leader Phillip J Pierre called on the government to rethink its current strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the island recorded three new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 76. There are now 49 active cases isolated and in care.
The three new cases are a man and two women from the northern town of Gros-Islet and the capital, Castries.
“With the number of cases growing, the Department of Public Health team has identified a high level of concern and even fear among the public. This has, in some cases, resulted in stigmatization of people diagnosed with the virus.
“This stigma can be very disheartening and cause great stress to people infected with the virus, as well as their circle of family members, friends, co-workers, and the wider community in which they live. If this is not addressed from now on, the Department of Health believes that this stigma can be an obstacle for people who need testing. We ask everyone to support each other, ”the Ministry of Health and Wellness said in a statement.
It is said that the COVID-19 virus can be transmitted by anyone of any age, gender, or social status.
Meanwhile, Pierre said his St. Lucia Labor Party (SLP) registers “its deep concern about the recent surge in coronavirus cases in the country” and is calling on the government to “reconsider its approach to dealing with the crisis”.
He said the recent cases have raised the fear and fear of St. Lucians and that the fact that cases appear to exist in diverse communities is even more worrying.
“It is necessary to increase public confidence in information from official sources in order to achieve a coherent and coordinated response from the government,” said Pierre, noting that there has been an intense debate recently on talk shows and social media about fake news and misinformation regarding COVID 19 cases.
“I do not support or condemn the spread of fake news and misinformation on a critical matter like COVID 19. St. Lucians must always be careful not to pass on information that cannot be verified.
“However, it is just as important that the Cabinet of Ministers and other members of the administration and party surrogates do not politicize the handling of the crisis and the work of civil servants.”
Pierre said that “in a politically charged environment, this can only increase suspicion and suspicion.”
“I firmly believe that only a coordinated national approach that includes all political parties and civil society groups can ensure success in the fight against COVID19. I therefore urge the Prime Minister to deal seriously and respectfully with the opposition and civil society in order to restore public confidence in St. Lucia, ”added Pierre.
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