173 Covid-19 cases identified in 3 days, decline continues in Guadeloupe

173 Covid-19 cases identified in 3 days, decline continues in Guadeloupe

Indicators of Covid-19 contamination continue to decline in the archipelago. Over the past three days, 173 new cases have been identified. Three people died. The youngest was 36 years old.

Continued decline but the level remains high, health authorities indicate. Thus, within three days, 173 new cases of Covid-19 were registered in Guadeloupe.

If we still have the virus reservoir, several indicators have gone down for several days. Thus, the positivity rate for the last seven days of slip is close to 5% and reaches 5.8%, and the incidence rate is 133.5/100,000 inhabitants.

The delta variant is still in the majority.

New evidence of an improvement in the health situation, no new gathering has been recorded since last Friday.

Monday morning at 11 a.m. 39 people (including 25 with Covid 19) were treated in acute resuscitation and one in continuing care.

To date, 11 Covid patients remain hospitalized at the medical department of Saint Martin and Saint Barthelemy. The press release from the regional and county health agency notes that all of these hospitalized patients are significantly under-immunized or severely immunocompromised.

The virus continues to claim victims. Three additional deaths have been recorded since Friday. The youngest of the deceased was 36 years old and the oldest 77 years old.

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