St. George’s: February 10, 2021: Grenada has no active COVID-19 cases at present.
The country’s latest COVID-19 dashboard, updated daily by the Ministry of Health, shows that 147 of the country’s 148 cases have recovered, with one death recorded.
Seventy of Grenada’s total number of COVID-19 cases were imported, with the remaining 78 linked to the December cluster.
At present, there are 197 persons in quarantine, as they arrived in Grenada in recent days and are awaiting testing and subsequent medical clearance.
To date, 20,819 rapid and PCR tests have been conducted in Grenada.
Despite the welcomed news, health officials are urging Grenadians not to become complacent.
At Wednesday’s Post Cabinet Press Briefing, Health Minister, Honourable Nickolas Steele said the threat of COVID-19 remains very real and considering the new, more infectious strains that have been identified, it is essential that we keep our guard up now more than ever.