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Jamaica’s new COVID-19 infections trending downward, 44 new cases reported

The latest numbers released from the Ministry of Health and Wellness on Sunday (October 25) reveals the third day in a row, in which new infections have trended downward.

Despite the downward trend, with the country reporting only 44 new infections, Jamaica recorded two more virus-related deaths, bringing the death toll to 188.

The deceased have been identified as a 72-year-old male of a St. Catherine address; and a 70-year-old male of a St. Elizabeth address.

Kingston and St Andrew (KSA) continues to be the parish with the most overall new infections, though St Catherine recorded eleven new cases in the last 24 hours, four higher than KSA.

A nine month-old baby was recorded among the island’s new infections.

To date Jamaica has 4,129 active cases, while 134 patients remain hospitalized

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