Barbados has recorded two more cases of COVID-19, out of the 205 tests conducted yesterday. 

There are a 37-year-old male visitor, who arrived on a British Airways flight on August 11, and tested positive after his second test, and a 25-year-old Barbadian male, who also arrived on a British Airways flight on August 18.  Both males are asymptomatic. This brings the total number of cases to 155 – 81 females and 74 males.

One person will leave the Harrison Point isolation facility today, after testing negative for a second time. Therefore, the total number of persons recovered from the viral illness now stands at 123, and 25 remain in isolation.    

To date, the Best-dos Santos Laboratory has completed 14,879 tests.

Pin It on Pinterest