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The Health Ministry has reported zero additional COVID-19 deaths in today’s report.
In today’s update, the Ministry there were no additional COVID-19 deaths, however there were an additional 146 positive cases, bringing the number of active cases to 6,319.
The death toll remains at 3,800.
The Ministry said currently 142 patients are hospitalised, while 6,162 patients are in home self-isolation.
Of those hospitalised at the Couva Hospital and Multi-Training Facility, three are in ICU and four are in HDU.
The new positive cases reflect samples taken from April 14-16.
In terms of vaccinations the Ministry said 710,556 people have completed their vaccination regimens, with 148,817 people having received a booster dose.
See the full report here: https://health.gov.tt/covid-19-update-sunday-17th-april-2022
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