Active COVID cases down to three, no new cases

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Covid-19 coronavirus binding to human cell, conceptual computer illustration. SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus (previously 2019-nCoV) binding to an ACE2 receptor on a human cell (not to scale). SARS-CoV-2 causes the respiratory infection Covid-19, which can lead to fatal pneumonia. ACE2 (angiotensin-converting enzyme 2) is a membrane-bound aminopeptidase, the key host receptor for the spike glycoprotein of SARS-CoV-2 which serves as initial step in the development of coronavirus infection on a cellular level and a potential target for treatment strategy.

Dashboard Update for June 8, 2021)

 

The most recent report received by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment from the Sir Lester Bird Mount St. John Medical Centre has revealed no new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda as of Monday 7th June 2021 at 6pm.

 

Sixty-two (62) samples were processed at Sir Lester Bird MSJMC.

 

Consequently, the total number of persons with laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda remains one thousand two hundred and sixty-three (1263); which is inclusive of three (3) active cases.

 

There are no hospitalized cases.

 

Meanwhile, thirty four thousand three hundred and sixty-eight (34,368) first doses of the Covid-19 vaccines have been administered while twenty-two thousand eight hundred and ninety-six (22,896) second doses were administered.

 

The dashboard has been updated to reflect these changes.

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