Global Statistics

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347,172,997
Confirmed
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274,573,271
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Updated on January 22, 2022 3:22 am

Global Statistics

All countries
347,172,997
Confirmed
Updated on January 22, 2022 3:22 am
All countries
274,573,271
Recovered
Updated on January 22, 2022 3:22 am
All countries
5,603,940
Deaths
Updated on January 22, 2022 3:22 am

Jamaica reports 672 new COVID-19 cases, 20 more deaths

Twenty more cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Jamaica, pushing the tally to 1,666

The Ministry of Health and Wellness says the fatalities occurred between August 12 and September 7.

The deceased are:

St Ann

* A 59-year-old man
* A 61-year-old woman
* A 77-year-old female
* A 56-year-old woman
* A 61-year-old man
* A 65-year-old female
* A 77-year-old female
* A 78-year-old woman
* A 78-year-old male

Manchester

* A 79-year-old woman whose death was previously under investigation
* A 65-year-old male
* A 58-year-old man
* A 58-year-old woman

St Thomas

* A 51-year-old man
* An 83-year-old woman

Kingston & St Andrew

* A 66-year-old woman
* A 72-year-old man

St Mary

* A 63-year-old female
* A 64-year-old male

St Elizabeth

* A 79-year-old man

And nine more deaths are under investigation, increasing the tally to 205.

Meanwhile, there were 672 new cases with ages ranging from three days to 101 years, pushing the total to 73,496 with 22,225 being active.

Of the new cases, 414 are women and 258 are men.

COVID parish breakdown:

* Kingston and St Andrew – 95
* St Catherine – 94
* Manchester – 93
* St Thomas – 83
* St Elizabeth – 73
* St James – 54
* Clarendon – 45
* Westmoreland -39
* Portland – 32
* Trelawny – 22
* St Mary – 16
* Hanover – 15
* St Ann – 11

A total of 2,129 tests were conducted.

The country’s positivity rate stands at 42.2%.

In the meantime, there were 90 more recoveries, increasing the total to 49,135.

Some 786 persons are in hospital with 158 being moderately ill, 122 severely ill, and 50 critically ill.

And a total of 46,791 persons are in home quarantine.

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