63 covid related deaths in the British Virgin Islands
According to the most recent epidemiological review, the British Virgin Islands has documented its 63rd COVID-19-related fatality since the epidemic began two years ago.
On the summary supplied by Health authorities, no information about the deceased’s age or gender was provided. According to the dashboard report, the territory now has 101 active cases, including 86 on Tortola and 15 on Virgin Gorda.
Since the start of the pandemic, the BVI has documented 6,834 cases, 69 of which are new, as well as 6,670 recoveries, 78 of which are new.
According to the epidemiological overview, real numbers of hospitalizations and fatalities may likely vary from current data owing to reporting delays. It was also mentioned that certain reporting sites may have delayed submissions.
There are 18,053 fully vaccinated people in the BVI, including 15,125 on Tortola. There are 2,642 people on Virgin Gorda, 186 on Anegada, and 100 on Jost Van Dyke. In addition, a total of 1,312 people have been partly vaccinated.