Three more covid19 patients discharged

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Three more covid19 patients have gone home to their families after being discharged from the Home of Football in Couva on Wednesday.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Health in its 4pm daily update. This brings the total number of people discharged to 71.

The ministry has also announced that 30 more samples have been sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing since its 10 am update. The total number of samples sent is now 1672.

There have been no new positive cases since Sunday, so the number still stands at 116.

The death toll from the virus is still at eight.

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Three more covid19 patients discharged

admin

Three more covid19 patients have gone home to their families after being discharged from the Home of Football in Couva on Wednesday.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Health in its 4pm daily update. This brings the total number of people discharged to 71.

The ministry has also announced that 30 more samples have been sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing since its 10 am update. The total number of samples sent is now 1672.

There have been no new positive cases since Sunday, so the number still stands at 116.

The death toll from the virus is still at eight.

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Three more covid19 patients discharged

admin

Three more covid19 patients have gone home to their families after being discharged from the Home of Football in Couva on Wednesday.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Health in its 4pm daily update. This brings the total number of people discharged to 71.

The ministry has also announced that 30 more samples have been sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing since its 10 am update. The total number of samples sent is now 1672.

There have been no new positive cases since Sunday, so the number still stands at 116.

The death toll from the virus is still at eight.

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Three more covid19 patients discharged

admin

Three more covid19 patients have gone home to their families after being discharged from the Home of Football in Couva on Wednesday.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Health in its 4pm daily update. This brings the total number of people discharged to 71.

The ministry has also announced that 30 more samples have been sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing since its 10 am update. The total number of samples sent is now 1672.

There have been no new positive cases since Sunday, so the number still stands at 116.

The death toll from the virus is still at eight.

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Three more covid19 patients discharged

admin

Three more covid19 patients have gone home to their families after being discharged from the Home of Football in Couva on Wednesday.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Health in its 4pm daily update. This brings the total number of people discharged to 71.

The ministry has also announced that 30 more samples have been sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing since its 10 am update. The total number of samples sent is now 1672.

There have been no new positive cases since Sunday, so the number still stands at 116.

The death toll from the virus is still at eight.

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