Seventh active case of COVID-19 under quarantine in Grenada
All seven active cases are under quarantine
St. George’s: November 19, 2020: Grenada has recorded one more positive case of COVID-19, bringing the total to seven active cases.
Today’s new case is imported, and is a 17-year old male, who arrived in Grenada from the United States on November 13, 2020. He has been in quarantine with his family since his arrival and was tested as per the protocols. The other members of his family have tested negative, but will remain in quarantine until medically cleared.
All seven active cases are under quarantine.
The Ministry of Health reminds Grenadians and visitors of the importance of adhering to the existing public health measures, which have shown to be remarkably effective in reducing the transmission of COVID-19.
The safe use of masks and other face coverings over the nose and mouth, the practice of proper hand hygiene, cough and sneeze etiquette, physical distancing of at least six feet, and compliance with instructions for social gatherings, quarantine and isolation must be strictly observed.