COVID-19: Barbados records 66 cases, 11 patients recovered
Barbados has recorded three new cases and the national tally moves to 66.
Eleven persons have also recovered from COVID-19 in Barbados to date.
As of April 7, Barbados had 63 confirmed cases and eight recovered patients.
The 66 COVID-positive patients comprise 32 males and 34 females, within the age range of seven to 95 years old.
The three new cases are a 25-year-old male, a 25-year-old female and a 36-year-old man, who all returned from overseas on March 20.
Thirty-nine persons were tested yesterday.
These tests brought the total number of laboratory tests done since February 11 to 694.
In a press release from the Ministry of Health and Wellness, it was stated that the number of persons in isolation for COVID-19 remains at 52 today, as three persons tested positive yesterday and moved into isolation while three others were released from isolation after recovering from COVID-19.
Over the past 48 hours, Barbados has not recorded any additional COVID-related deaths and the death toll remains at three.