No new cases of COVID-19; Active cases remain at 9


The most recent report received by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment from the Mount St. John’s Medical Center (MSJMC) has revealed no new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda as of Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 6 pm.

Subsequent to the publication of the dashboard on Wednesday, six samples were processed at the Mount St. John’s Medical Center’s Laboratory, which increased the pending results from zero to six.

All six samples processed by MSJMC yielded negative results and are reflected in the total samples taken and total tested columns of the dashboard.

Consequently, the total number of persons with laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda remains at 112 with nine active cases.

The dashboard has been updated to reflect these changes.

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    Will consedes his argument is unproven and publicly eats crow.


    Dr. Simon, I surrender. You won the debate we engaged in yesterday.
    Upon reflection, your criticisms of my argument are totally valid. I was presenting an argument that was, at best, poorly researched and without presenting the needed supporting documentation to even come close to proving my theory. I didn’t use the well established scientific method and led MYSELF AND OTHERS into false beliefs. I regret this deeply and I offer y’all this apology.

    The theroy was: Wearing mask can be dagerous.
    I argued that re-breathing Carbon Dioxide (CO2) causes the blood to become acidic which in turn can cause damage to the brain, heart and kidneys… possibility even cause cancer.

    I believe that I didn’t adequately PROVE that statement so I now publicly retract it.
    Even though there were elements of truth in my theory, the conclusions I reached were not proven.

    Dr. Simon’s criticisms have taught me much about myself and how my undisciplined research methods have caused me to believe things that were not necessarily true. For this I am grateful.

    The original debate can be seen here:

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