Sun | Oct 25, 2020

Two more COVID-19 cases in Jamaica push tally to 55

Published:Saturday | April 4, 2020 | 12:00 AM
The Health Ministry says, so far, 30 males and 25 females have tested positive for COVID-19 in Jamaica.

Jamaica's Health Ministry has reported two additional cases of the coronavirus in Jamaica pushing the total to 55.

New cases:
A 74-year-old female from Manchester
A 63-year-old female from Portland.

The Ministry says, so far, 30 males and 25 females have tested positive for COVID-19 in Jamaica.

Case log:
Imported - 28
Import-related - 22
Under investigation - 5

Age range:
Twelve to 87 years
Median age: 55 years

The Health Ministry said there are now 39 persons in quarantine in a government facility, and 55 other people are isolation.

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