According to the Ministry of Health’s most recent situational report, there were 149 new community cases between May 30th and June 1st, 2022. Under the Intensive Care Unit at Moto’otua Hospital, there are now seven (7) patients in managed isolation, with none in the Intensive Care Unit. A total of 13,796 cases have been found to be positive.
In this reporting period, one additional COVID-19-related fatality was reported, bringing the total number of fatalities to 27. The dead was an 88-year-old woman who had finished two dosages and had no known comorbidities. We will not make any additional remarks out of respect for the families and relations.
In order to restrict the transmission of the virus and prevent new infections, public health measures such as wearing a mask, social distance, and keeping excellent cleanliness are critical. Vaccination is still the greatest way to protect ourselves against the virus. COVID-19 immunizations are still being administered in all hospitals throughout the country.
Everyone is responsible for the protection of their family and loved ones.
The table below shows the COVID-19 Situation Summary as of 2:00 pm local time on May 30th through 2:00 pm local time on June 1st, 2022, as produced by the Ministry of Health: Visit the MOH website to get a copy of the complete scenario analysis report.