Jamaica on Saturday recorded another 27 COVID deaths.
The deaths were recorded from August 27 to September 10.
The death tally is now 1,731.
1. A 64-year-old woman from St Catherine
2. A 41-year-old woman from St Elizabeth
3. A 60-year-old man from Westmoreland
4. A 58-year-old woman from KSA
5. A 74-year-old man from St Elizabeth
6. A 67-year-old woman from St Ann
7. A 24-day-old woman from Kingston and St Andrew
8. A 62-year-old man from St Catherine
9. A 45-year-old man from St Elizabeth
10. A 47-year-old man from Kingston and St Andrew
11. A 97-year-old woman from St Ann
12. An 86-year-old woman from Westmoreland
13. A 62-year-old woman from St Thomas
14. A 77-year-old woman from St Elizabeth
15. A 75-year-old man from St Ann
16. A 62-year-old woman from Hanover
17. A 99-year-old man from St Elizabeth
18. A 65-year-old woman from Kingston and St Andrew
19. A 65-year-old man from Kingston and St Andrew
20. A 68-year-old man from St James
21. An 81-year-old woman from St Elizabeth
22. A 77-year-old man from St Elizabeth
23. A 72-year-old woman from St Thomas
24. A 68-year-old man from St Ann
25. A 60-year-old man from St James
26. A 68-year-old man from St Ann
27. A 64-year-old man from St Ann
Meanwhile, there were 560 new COVID infections pushing the tally to 75,857.
The positivity rate is 42.1 per cent.
Clarendon – 3
Hanover – 26
Kingston and St Andrew – 105
Manchester – 26
Portland – 1
St Ann – 89
St Catherine – 65
St Elizabeth – 1
St James – 52
St Mary- 65
Trelawny – 39
Westmoreland – 32
In the meanwhile, there are now 773 people with COVID in hospital with 160 moderately ill, 119 severely ill and 57 critically ill.