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COVID-19: Saint Lucia Records Ten New Cases

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Today Friday December 9, 2022 the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs reports a total of 10 new cases of COVID-19 from samples processed on Thursday December 1, 2022 to Thursday December 8, 2022.

This is from a total of 426 samples collected from December 1, 2022 to December 8, 2022.

This number of positive cases makes up 2.34% of all the samples processed on these dates. These new cases bring the total number of cases diagnosed in country to date to  29,736.

Confirmation was also received of the recovery of 13 individuals diagnosed with COVID-19.

This brings the number of active cases in country to date to 10. Currently, there are 2 positive cases of COVID-19 admitted at the Respiratory Hospital of which 1 is severely ill.

Vaccination continues at various Wellness Centres as per the published COVID-19 vaccination schedule. Vaccination will be available from 9am to 4pm.

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs will continue providing frequent updates to the public as new information becomes available.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs  

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Come on guys. Give it up already. Only the most devout branch covidian is holding on. You see them off and on with the masks. The rest of the world has seen through the con.

  2. @Not a branch Covidian: These repeated “Covid” posts can be explained with an analogy of the music industry:

    Collection of music royalties is based on the number of times a proprietary piece of music is broadcast to the general public. Tanto, tanto!

  3. The bodies are starting to pile up. They can’t hide the dead and disabled bodies. Thank God most St. Lucians were smart enough not to take these experimental genetic injections.

    Unprecedented excess cardiac deaths
    The British Heart Foundation recently expressed concern over an estimated 30,000 excess cardiac deaths[1] since the start of the pandemic. This unfortunate news followed an announcement from Scotland’s health board that they will launch an inquiry into a surge in neonatal deaths[2]. The alarming trend is echoed in the available statistical data from almost every western nation, where excess deaths in recent months have ranged from around 10-20%. Concerningly, these percentages may be higher in younger age groups[3].

    Declining birth rates
    In addition to excess mortality, many of the same countries are seeing a marked decline in birth rates. The birth rate in the UK[4], for example, is at its lowest rate in recorded history. In the Canadian province of British Columbia, the birth rate was its lowest in six years for 11 out of 12 months in 2022. Similar patterns of dramatically declining birth rates have been observed in Germany[5], Taiwan[6], Sweden[7], Hungary[8], Switzerland[9], and many others.
    Total fertility rates drop in correlation to vaccine rollout

    The decline in birth rates was not observed universally at the onset of the pandemic, though a few countries observed a small short-term decline in 2020. However, in a detailed analysis of recent German and Swedish data[10], a concerning pattern emerged. The total fertility rate (TFR) in Germany declined by about 14% and the TFR in Sweden dropped by about 10% nine months following vaccination. No correlation could be made between decreased TFR’s and changes in unemployment, Covid infection rates, or Covid-19 deaths.

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