Wednesday, August 17, 2022

COVID-19: Martinique Records Over Ten Thousand Cases In One Week

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Martinique recorded 10 306 new COVID-19 cases in the space of one week from 59 763 tests between January 10 and 16, local health authorities have disclosed.

The more than 10,000 positive COVID-19 cases compared to 7 395 recorded the previous week, bringing the total number of infections since the pandemic started in March 2020 to 71 193.

In addition, Martinique has so far recorded 813 deaths.

Local reports indicate that 135 503 individuals aged 12 and over, or 42.8 percent of the population, have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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In contrast, 58 244 people, or 18.4 percent of the Island’s inhabitants, have received booster shots.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Q , control your emotions. I know you think Ur a big boy behind the keyboard, but in reality I would flatten you. I bet you are a medical worker to be so butt hurt by my comment. Or one of the fags that “work” on this trash news site.

  2. Just Saying, quit being a muppet. This has been reported many other places. Martinique only seem to be reporting their cases on a weekly basis instead of daily.

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