Grenada records one new case of COVID-19

Of the four current active cases, two are locals, who are connected to previously diagnosed cases on Island, and two are imported.

(GIS) St. George’s: January 7, 2021: The Ministry of Health announces that Grenada has recorded one new case of COVID-19, bringing our current total of active cases to four (4).

The new case is imported: a 48- year old female, who arrived in Grenada from the United States, and proceeded directly to quarantine, where she was later diagnosed.

Of the four current active cases, two are locals, who are connected to previously diagnosed cases on Island, and two are imported.

All positive cases and their contacts are in quarantine.

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In the last week, health officials have been able to clear most of the previously diagnosed cases connected to the cluster. Nevertheless, aggressive testing continues on both travellers and locals who have been identified as contacts, or who have reported any type of symptoms similar to those of COVID-19.

The Ministry reminds everyone to continue to be vigilant in daily activities, and to adhere to the health and safety guidelines for staying safe.

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