COVID-19: 311 Negative Results, Thirteen recoveries in St Kitts – Nevis
By: T. Chapman
St. Kitts and Nevis announced an additional recovery from COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the country total to 13 which represents 87% of the total recoveries.
Adopting a different style of delivering the information, Dr. Laws confirmed the recovery and provided statistical data relating to COVID-19 which was shown on the screen as she spoke.
An indepth analysis was provided as it relates to the SKN Situation Testing, Incidences by Age Groups and Clinical Manifestations.
Three hundred and twenty seven persons were tested of which 311 were negative, 15 positive and 1 result pending.
There are 13 recoveries, 9 on St. Kitts, 4 on Nevis.
The incidence of cases in the Federation has been occuring at 3 per 10, 000 of the population of St. Kitts and Nevis.
The average duration between diagnosis and recovery is approximately 30 days.
The age range of infected persons is from 9 months to 66 years while the average age is 32. 60% percent of the cases are between the ages of 21 and 40 years old.
The most common symptoms recorded are: Fever, Cough and Sore Throat.
Of the 15 patients – 13 were recorded as Symptomatic while 2 were recorded as Asymptomatic
47 percent of the cases are females and 53 percent are males.
56 persons are quarantined in a government facility.
4 persons are quarantined at home.
2 persons are in isolation.
752 persons have been released from quarantine to date.
There are no deaths related to COVID-19 to date.