Four more people have tested positive for COVID-19, after undergoing second tests.
They are a 31-year-old Barbadian man, who arrived on American Airlines on November 22; a 45-year-old male visitor, who came in on an American Airlines flight on November 21; a 47-year-old-male visitor, who arrived on November 20 via British Airways; and a 19-year-old female visitor, who arrived on November 20 on an American Airlines flight. They were all asymptomatic.
The cases were identified out of the 288 tests conducted yesterday by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory. This pushes the tally of confirmed cases to date to 270 – 141 females and 129 males, and the number of people in isolation to 14.
Meanwhile, three persons will leave isolation today, bringing the number of recoveries to 249. To date, the laboratory has conducted 46,316 tests.