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Over 52,000 tested positive for COVID-19

 

Nov 25, 2021 11:25:02 AM

Over 52,000 tested positive for COVID-19 A total of 52,474 people have been tested positive for coronavirus since the first case was recorded in March last year.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said 52,404 people alone were tested positive for the delta variant since the first case was recorded in April, this year.

Dr Fong said 50,897 people have recovered from the virus since the first case was recorded in March last year while there are 279 active cases.

“In the past seven days, 26 cases were recorded in the central 14 new cases in the west, three new cases in the eastern division, and nil new cases in the north,” he said.

“The central division cases constitute 71 per cent of the cumulative total cases nationally, with the west making up 28 per cent and one per cent in the northern and eastern divisions.

 “Since the last update, we have recorded six new cases of which nil new case was recorded on Tuesday and six new cases on Wednesday.

“The national seven-day rolling average of cases as of last Saturday is seven daily cases. The weekly incidence rate graph by division indicates a continually declining trend,” Dr Fong said.

He said over 1290 coronavirus patients have died since the first case of the disease was recorded in March, last year.

 “There have been 695 deaths due to coronavirus in Fiji, with 693 of these deaths during the outbreak that started in April this year,” he said.

“We have recorded 601 coronavirus positive patients who died from serious medical conditions they had before they contracted the virus.

“Since last Saturday, the national seven days rolling average for coronavirus deaths per day is 0.0 with a case fatality rate of 1.32 per cent,” Dr Fong said.

He said the public is reminded that they must continue to adhere to coronavirus safe measures of wearing masks appropriately especially in indoor public spaces.

Dr Fong said the public should cover their mouths while coughing, wash their hands regularly and maintain a safe physical distancing of two meters.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

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Covid-19 Update

 

Last updated 24th November 2021

New Cases


6

Active Cases


279

Recoveries


50,897

Deaths


695

 


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