Grenada And Dominica Record First Positive Cases Of Coronavirus


Grenada on Sunday reported its first case of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

The island was among a few Caribbean countries that had not reported a positive case.

At a press briefing on Sunday morning, officials said the case was an imported one. The person traveled from the UK to the island.

Dominica has also reported its first positive case of the dreaded COVID-19 coronavirus.

Minister for Health, Wellness and New Health Investment, Irving McIntyre, made the announcements in a media statement just moments ago.

McIntyre said that the patient is a 54-year-old Dominican citizen who recently returned to Dominica from the United Kingdom. He said the individual was placed under home quarantine from the time of arrival and has been under surveillance by a medical team.

The minister added that the person is being treated in a special isolation unit and will remain there until recovery.

“In accordance with public health practices, the ministry of health has initiated aggressive contact tracing to identify every individual who may have come into close contact with this patient,” McIntyre stated. “All individuals identified during contact tracing will be tested and placed under quarantine.”


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  1. Where did the Dominica person travel from? Come on people…we are quick to cite when the persons traveled from UK or US but Dominica doesn’t have direct flights to either.

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