Only one person tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday out of just 13 who were tested.
The governor says the low number of tests is not an indication that they’re running low on test kits. It depends on the demand, which varies from day-to-day.
The one person who tested positive raises the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on island to 113.
But in some good news, Department of Public Health and Social Services Director Linda DeNorcey says 27 people have now recovered from the disease.
“In regards to the gender, most of them are female, 57, and males 56. The medical status of all these COVID patients is as follows. 61 are stable. 21 are hospitalized and of this number 11 are in-patients at GMH, 2 are in ICU and at the SNU 8. are That’s 2 more as of today,” DeNorcey said.
DeNorcey also says that 22 people have been released after completing a two-week mandatory quarantine.
Most of them were travelers who arrived from the Philippines.