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COVID-19 statistics for Antigua and Barbuda

Total Cases

122

0.00%

New Cases

0

Total Deaths

3

2.46%

Total Recovered

101

82.79%

Active Cases

0

0.00%

Critical Cases

18

14.75%

Last update: 609502 seconds ago

Coronavirus statistics for Antigua and Barbuda

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Antigua and Barbuda 122 0 3 0 101 0 18

COVID-19 Latest News for Antigua and Barbuda:

8 hours ago
Steel pan orchestra to resume classes
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Carlena Knight After being forced to remain closed for months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Panache Pan Academy will be reopening its doors at the end of the month. The pan academy, an initiative of Panache Steel Orchestra, was launched in 2011. Over the years, it has been instrumental in teaching...


8 hours ago
Nanton: Covid-19 disrupted our plans for female football
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Neto Baptiste President of the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) Kebra Nanton said that had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic, the body would have staged its first open women’s championships this year. Speaking on the Good morning Jojo Sports Show, Nanton said the association...


17 hours ago
Skerrit urges IMF to provide grant and concessional financing for SIDS
Antigua Observer Newspaper

(DNO) – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to put measures in place to determine grant and concessional financing to Small Island Developing States (SIDS). He was speaking at the IMF annual meeting held virtually on Tuesday. “We need the international...


17 hours ago
Brazil to use Chinese vaccine against Covid-19
Antigua Observer Newspaper

(BBC) – Brazil plans to use a Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine as part of a national immunisation programme, officials have announced. São Paulo Governor João Doria said the federal government had agreed to buy 46 million doses of the vaccine CoronaVac. He said the immunisation programme could...


23 hours ago
Pensioners told ‘be patient’
Antigua Observer Newspaper

As many as 1,700 pensioners are being asked to exercise patience as the Social Security scheme battles to get $1.92 million to pay them. Pensions are usually paid by the fourth of each month but since the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, the scheme has been struggling to meet its responsibilities. Some...


1 day ago
Covid-19: 4 new cases and 6 new recoveries
Antigua Observer Newspaper

The most recent reports received by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment from the Mount St. John’s Medical Center (MSJMC) and the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) have revealed three new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda as of Monday 19th October...


1 day ago
Minister of Health says bar worker broke quarantine
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Latrishka Thomas While addressing the issue of state of emergency protocols being violated at bars, the Minister of Health disclosed that, recently, an employee at a local bar violated quarantine and went to work. “Look what happened at a particular bar; there was a young lady who was Covid positive...


1 day ago
Covid-19 sees dip in cost of living
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Gemma Handy Covid-19 has had a marked effect on the cost of living in Antigua and Barbuda, driving prices down on almost everything from food and alcohol to clothes and shoes. Inflation tumbled in practically every expenditure category – except health-related products – documented by the Consumer...


1 day ago
Better Covid messaging needed – Health Minister
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has conceded that more reminders about Covid-19 protocols are needed following a spike in cases over the weekend. “It has been discussed extensively in the Cabinet and I can assure you that this is going to be something that is addressed urgently,” he told Observer...


2 days ago
Ireland orders full national lockdown
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Ireland will be plunged into one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe for six weeks from midnight on Wednesday, despite no Covid-19 deaths having been recorded today.  Cabinet ministers today agreed to impose Level 5 restrictions which will force most businesses to close, prevent mass gatherings and...

2 days ago
Economists predict recovery for region’s economy
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Two regional economists are confident that barring some difficulties with debt restructuring and management, Antigua and Barbuda and the rest of the region should be able to recover from the financial impact of the Covid-19 crisis. Jeremy Stephen, an economist out of Barbados, believes this could be...


3 days ago
Tour companies struggling amid ‘unfair competition’ from resorts
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Gemma Handy Local tour operators say the increasing number of large resorts running their own boat trips – under the guise of keeping their guests safe from Covid – is threatening to put them out of business. Excursion companies were finally allowed to return to the water in July after months...


3 days ago
Country records six new Covid cases
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Six new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in Antigua and Barbuda over the weekend, taking the total count for the country since the outbreak of the pandemic to 119. Of the 16 samples recently processed by the Caribbean Public Health Agency, seven returned positive results, one of which was a repeat test...


3 days ago
Basketball return unlikely for some time – ABBA President
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Carlena Knight President of the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) Kebra Nanton says she finds it highly unlikely that the sport will return anytime soon unless a vaccine is forthcoming. With the Covid-19 pandemic raging on, ABBA came to the decision earlier this year to cancel the...


4 days ago
Antigua and Barbuda confirms 6 new Covid-19 cases
Antigua Observer Newspaper

The most recent report received by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has revealed six new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Antigua and Barbuda as of Friday 16th October 2020 at 6pm. Of the sixteen samples processed by CARPHA...


5 days ago
Antigua and Barbuda confirms 1 news case of Covid-19
Antigua Observer Newspaper

The most recent report received by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment from the Mount St. John’s Medical Center (MSJMC) has revealed one new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 case in Antigua and Barbuda as of Thursday 15th October 2020 at 6pm. Subsequent to the publication of the dashboard...


6 days ago
Country’s sole boxing coach fighting to develop aspiring athletes
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Story and photos by Shahein Fitzpatrick Antigua’s only boxing coach says he is committed to developing the sport which took decades to build from the ground up. Anthony Severin, coach and founder of Uprising Boxing Gym in Lightfoot, spoke to Observer about the effort it took to provide an opportunity...


6 days ago
Health officials dispel rumours they were infected with Covid-19
Antigua Observer Newspaper

Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has rebuffed rumours that he recently contracted the Covid-19 virus. The minister addressed the matter during a news conference this week. “I would define it as a malicious attempt by political operatives in this country to create a distraction from the work that...


6 days ago
New travel advisory for incoming visitors
Antigua Observer Newspaper

An updated travel advisory outlining the requirements for regional and international visitors arriving into the country has been issued. It replaces all previous advisories issued by the government of Antigua and Barbuda and is implemented with immediate effect as the country continues to battle the...


1 week ago
CMO says most parishes in Antigua affected by Covid-19
Antigua Observer Newspaper

By Elesha [email protected] The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Rhonda Sealey-Thomas has revealed that most of the parishes in Antigua have been affected by Covid-19, while there have been no known cases on Barbuda. “Most parishes, if not all parishes in Antigua and Barbuda, have...

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