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Saint Lucia Records Respiratory Illness Spike During Period Of Mass Crowd Activities

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Saint Lucia has recorded increased respiratory illnesses at public and private health facilities during the period when the Island hosted mass crowd activities.

The disclosure came Wednesday in a statement from Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-George.

In a COVID-19 situation update, Belmar-George noted that new variants in the country seem more contagious than regular influenza, causing respiratory illness lasting 5-7 days.

Belmar-George observed that the testing rate is generally very low at this time, with most patients managing the symptoms at home, self-treating until recovery.

According to the CMO, the majority of patients make a full recovery without hospitalisation or death.

Nevertheless, the Ministry of Health has issued advice regarding measures to prevent respiratory illness infection.

Dr. Sharon Belmar-George’s complete statement appears below:

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Leave them there the virus is on its way it regroup and became immune to the vaccine. Tearing up Israel of course because those people don’t believe in vaccines and the majority of them NEVER had one. It’s reported to be on a steady rise in the UK and you know how we just love them. Whomsoever got vaccinated that has long worn out of your body it was never design to be there no more than 8 months to a year and it WAS NOT A CURE so don’t be fooled they never found a “cure” for Corona they only made a vaccine to slow the symptoms of the virus. It’s Revelations fools look it up it’s right there, it’s not brimstone and fire and Angels blowing Kenny G or playing Beethoven in the sky while introducing your God in sandals, it’s A VIRUS that will cleanse the earth of all the ole geezers.

  2. Some experts seem to think that Covid is still lingering, and has not been beaten; some in certain religious sects were forbidden to take the shots, some were and still are careless, putting a strain on the system; Lord have mercy & show us some wisdom.

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