Jamaica COVID death tally over 200 mark
Jamaica on Wednesday recorded four more COVID-19 deaths, increasing the death tally to 202.
The deceased are:
A 45-year-old female of a St. James address;
A 34-year-old male of a St. Elizabeth address;
A 90-year-old male of a St. Elizabeth;
A 38-year-old female of a Westmoreland address.
The death of the 38-year-old was previously under investigation.
Two other deaths are under investiagtion bringing the number of deaths under investigation to 31.
Meanwhile, there were 76 new cases with ages ranging from 1 to 95 years, increasing the total to 8,927 with 4,175 being active.
Of the new cases, 26 are males and 50 are females.
In the meantime, there were 50 more recoveries, increasing the total to 4,429.
Some 109 persons are in hospital with 15 being moderately ill and four critically ill.
No one is in government quarantine, however, 20,034 are at home.
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