20 new cases of COVID-19; hospitalizations drop to 12; CAR score dips to 1.3

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On Wednesday, the Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) reported 20 new cases of COVID-19 out of 936 tests performed on November 23. Seven (7) cases were identified through contact tracing.

To date, there have been a total of 19,137 officially reported cases, 263 deaths, 1,714 cases in active isolation, and 17,160 not in active isolation.

The CAR Score is 1.3.

There are 12 hospitalized for COVID-19.

CENSUS as of 5 p.m.

GMH

GRMC

USNH

TOTAL

COVID-19 Admission

6

6

0

12

Pediatric Admissions

0

0

ICU

1

1

0

2

Ventilator

1

0

0

1

VACCINE STATUS

VACCINATED

UNVACCINATED

INELIGIBLE (0-4 years old)

Hospitalized

5

7

0

Total in Population*

125,067

16,540

12,229

Rate per 100,000 Population

4

42

0

SPECIAL NOTE: Based on today’s data, if we were to compare two (2) hypothetical populations of 100,000 people each, vaccinated versus unvaccinated, there would be 4 vaccinated people hospitalized for COVID-19 compared to 42 unvaccinated people hospitalized for COVID- 19. The risk of being hospitalized for COVID-19 is about 11 times higher for the unvaccinated as compared to the vaccinated. *Estimated population is based on DPHSS Immunization Program analysis of 2020 Census data. Updates are expected pending further Census 2020 data breakdown.

(JIC Release No. 866)

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