Coronavirus Covid-19 Bulletin #388/ 10 April 2021


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Feb 20, 2019

The Ministry of Public Health’s Epidemiology Department Coronavirus Bulletin #388 reports 512 new PCR cases for the Saturday, 10 April 2021 deadline. The cases compare to the 7-day nationwide average for PCR confirmed cases that is 486.

As per Bulletin #388 with the deadline of 10 April 2021, the Ministry of Public Health has registered 257,698 confirmed cases since the first case on 1 March 2020. Labs carried out 3,613 first PCR tests. The number of PCR tests compares with the 14-day average now at 3,231.

The 4-week positivity rate is 10.04%, slightly up from the previous day. The 24-hour positivity for the day is 14.17%, significantly down from the last day. A severe cold has been affecting people attributed to the chilly weather, which has driven the demand for PCR tests.

The number of reported active Covid-cases increased to 37,858, up (+77) from the previous 24...

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Apr 1, 2014
Covid vs. Pesos
Lady complains to Chofer about over crowding on last gua gua headin back to Santiago from Moca. Chofers response? Looks like her along with her bigmouth will either be walking or taking a taxi back to Santiago this evening.

Pesos trump Covid for the average Dominican working to put food on the table for their families.

Bulletins, Alerts and Fear Mongering are played out.