Four more visitors to the island have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Three of the new cases arrived from Guyana on Caribbean Airlines and returned positive results after undergoing second tests. They are a 23-year-old man who arrived on November 14 and tested positive on November 15; a 29-year-old woman who arrived on November 6 and tested positive on November 10; and a seven-year-old girl who also arrived on November 6 and tested positive on November 10.
The fourth case is a male visitor from the United States who is a contact of a known case. He was diagnosed with the viral illness on November 18. All of the visitors were asymptomatic. The Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory conducted 338 tests yesterday.
Meanwhile, no one will be released from isolation today. As a result, there are 11 people in isolation. The number of confirmed cases now stands at 259, comprising 136 females and 123 males. There have been 241 recoveries.
The laboratory has completed 44,484 tests to date. (BGIS)