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Jamaica records 11 new COVID-19 cases

Jamaica on Monday (July 27) recorded  11 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the island’s total tally to  853 COVID-19 cases.

The new cases consist of seven females and four men, aged 22-68 years with address in Kingston and Andrew, St Catherine, St Ann, St James St Mary, Trelawny and Westmoreland.

Ten of the cases are imported and one is under investigation.

According to the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOWH) of the 853 confirmed cases, 714 (83.7%)  have recovered.

The MOWH noted that there are currently 84 (9.9%)  active cases under observation, including three moderately ill persons.

There are no critically ill cases at this time.

The MOWH also use the occasion to provide noting that 36,795 individuals had been tested in the last 24 hours, with 35,877 negative test results recorded and 65 test results pending.

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