Trinidad: One more positive COVID-19 case; tally at 105

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A socially displaced man sits at the entrance to Our Lady of Perpetual Help RC Church, on Harris Promenade, San Fernando, yesterday. On Sunday Catholics celebrated Palm Sunday, but due to the Government’s stay-at-home order, issued last week, all Churches have remained closed to the public. This week Catholics will observe Holy Week, and Good Friday will be celebrated on Friday. -Photo: DEXTER PHILIP

(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — As of Sunday night, the Health Ministry reports the following:

Number of samples submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing for COVID-19 – 825

Number of samples which have tested positive – 105

Number of deaths – 7

Number of persons discharged – 1

The Ministry of Health provides the following update:

 One additional person has tested positive for COVID-19 – Contact of person positive with COVID-19

Of the total number of positive cases, 49 of these positive cases came from the group of nationals who recently returned from a cruise:

 46 positive cases from the group of 68 nationals who returned from the cruise together

 3 positive cases from the group of nationals who returned from the same cruise separately from the other 68 nationals.

The Ministry of Health reminds the public that COVID-19 can be spread by touching surfaces that are contaminated with the novel coronavirus.

It is important to regularly sanitise commonly touched surfaces (e.g. table tops, handrails, door knobs and trolleys).

If dirty, they should be cleaned using a detergent or soap and water prior to sanitization. A simple solution of 1/3 cup of household bleach to one gallon of water is quite effective.

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