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The breakdown: Two more coronavirus cases in Jamaica push total to 32

Published:Saturday | March 28, 2020 | 12:00 AM
The two newest cases involve a 70-year-old female from St Catherine with no travel history and a 67-year-old Kingston female who returned from the United Kingdom.

Jamaica has now reported 32 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) up from 30 reported yesterday.

So far there has been one death.

The two newest cases involve a 70-year-old female from St Catherine with no travel history and a 67-year-old Kingston female who returned from the United Kingdom.

Case breakdown
Imported - 21
Import-related - 8
Under investigation 3 (including the St Catherine female)

Quarantine log
Government facility - 34
At home - 289 (excluding residents of Corn Piece Settlement)

Isolation log
Government facilities - 38

Test data
Samples tested - 257
Positive - 32
Negative - 221
Pending - Four 

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