Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Martinique COVID-19 Cases On The Rise

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According to the Regional Health Agency, following the carnival holidays, cases of COVID-19 in neighbouring Martinique continue to rise with 11 391 new infections between March 7 and 13.

“From March 7 to 13, 2022, the circulation of SARS-CoV-2 intensifies on the territory following the Carnival holidays. The age group with the highest incidence rate is still that of young people and young adults aged 15 to 44 years,” the health agency said.

But despite the surge, the agency reports that hospitalisations remain stable.

The over eleven thousand new cases for the past week compared to 7 334 over the previous seven days.

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And to date, the French Caribbean Island has recorded 135 881 cases since the COVID-19 epidemic started, while the number of deaths has risen to 905.

The Regional Health Agency says 141,766 people are fully vaccinated.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Vaxx mass? Hillaire u and your red boys need to read this article. U all are willing to risk people lives to make a truckload of $$$. Amazing how when hillaire was in opposition,, how he saw things differently. That vaxx mass thing is wrong. No wonder we’ve never heard a word from the other ministers like Alva, Richard, King, even the freaking pm.

  2. Yet he liar talking about Gros Islet street party next month. Then is vaxx mass. All he is concerned about isbenriching his red boys and press secretary band. If was Chas he liar would see the conflict on interest but right now he is above everyone else and making the decisions. He liar I can tell you this with conviction, YOU WILL NEVER BE PM IN SAINT LUCIA

  3. That covid thing not going away anytime soon and I feel countries relax to fast despite the calls of paho

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