COVID-19 Clinical Management Summary for Tuesday, January 4, 2022

 

NEW CASES

24 HRS

OVERALL

Confirmed Cases

735

97,066

SEX CLASSIFICATION

   

Females

421

55,259

Males

314

41,804

Under Investigation

0

3

AGE RANGE

25 days to 102 years

1 day to 108 years

PARISH CLASSIFICATION OF CASES

   

Clarendon

20

5,045

Hanover

11

3,159

KSA

436

24,932

Manchester

17

6,201

Portland

21

2,611

St. Ann

21

7,242

St. Catherine

67

17,750

St. Elizabeth

6

4,270

St. James

59

9,756

St. Mary

13

3,239

St. Thomas

25

4,087

Trelawny

14

3,464

Westmoreland

25

5,310

COVID-19 TESTING

Type of Tests

PCR

Antigen Tests from Public Facilities

Antigen Tests from Private Facilities

TOTAL

POSITIVES Today

626

41

68

735

Cumulative POSITIVES

85,504

7,304

4,258

97,066

NEGATIVE today

1,278

All negatives are included in PCR tests

332

1,610

Cumulative NEGATIVES

415,598

203,212

618,810

TOTAL TESTS TODAY

1,904

41

400

2,345

TOTAL TESTS CUMULATIVE

501,102

7,304

207,470

715,876

Positivity Rate

34.3%

   

DEATHS IN COVID-19 POSITIVE INDIVIDUALS

   

Deaths

4

2,483

Coincidental Deaths

1

195

Deaths Under Investigation

2

354

RECOVERIES & ACTIVE CASES

   

Recovered

83

66,147

Active cases in the last 2 weeks

 

3,994

QUARANTINE MANAGEMENT

   

Number in Facility Quarantine

4

 

Number in Home Quarantine

22,439

 

HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT

   

Number Hospitalised

189

 

Patients Moderately Ill

33

 

Patients Severely Ill

21

 

Patients Critically Ill

4

 

TRANSMISSION STATUS OF COVID-19 CASES

   

Contact of a Confirmed Case

0

3,177

Imported

80

2,077

Local Transmission (Not Epi Linked)

0

4,484

Under Investigation

655

87,092

Workplace Cluster

0

236

DEATHS

  1. A 55-year-old female from St. Catherine.
  2. A 72-year-old male from St. Catherine.
  3. An 82-year-old male from St. Catherine.
  4. A 66-year-old female from St. Catherine.

The deaths occurred between September 12, 2021 and January 2, 2022.

Clinical Definitions

Moderately Ill                

Require hospitalisation but do not require oxygen supplementation. (Admission may be for non-COVID-19 specific conditions.)

Severely Ill                

Require hospitalisation and oxygenation support but not high dependency support (highly specialised staff and/or equipment).

Critically Ill                    

Require hospitalisation, oxygenation support and highly specialized staff and/or equipment.