COVID-19 cases rose by three – all females – on Saturday, May 1. They were identified from among the 258 tests conducted by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory.
Meanwhile, seven people recovered from the viral illness. There are now 92 persons in isolation.
Barbados has recorded 3,866 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (1,877 females and 1,989 males) since March 2020, and 3,800 people have recovered. The virus has claimed 44 lives.
A total of 154,599 tests have been conducted by the public health laboratory. As part of the National Vaccination Programme, 74,608 vaccinations (first doses) – 30,842 men and 43,766 women – have been administered. The second phase of the programme has seen 16,549 people being fully vaccinated, to date.