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COVID-19 statistics for Saint Kitts and Nevis

Total Cases

17

0.00%

New Cases

0

Total Deaths

0

0.00%

Total Recovered

17

100.00%

Active Cases

0

0.00%

Critical Cases

0

0.00%

Last update: 221 seconds ago

Coronavirus statistics for Saint Kitts and Nevis

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Saint Kitts and Nevis 17 0 0 0 17 0 0

COVID-19 Latest News for Saint Kitts and Nevis:

10 hours ago
Travellers must present negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test 72 hours before arriving
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — As St. Kitts and Nevis prepares to reopen its borders, all incoming passengers must submit a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 Test 72 hours before arriving into the Federation. “Effective Monday, August 10, all incoming passengers into St. Kitts and Nevis must provide a negative...


13 hours ago
British Museum To Open Again 27th August After 163 Day Covid Closure.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

The British Museum, by the time it opens, will have been closed for 163 days, the longest peacetime closure in its 261-year history. However all is not lost and the diligient British public have continued to discover antiquities in spite of the inconvenience of COVID-19 lockdowns and quarantines. The...


16 hours ago
Most Of Caribbean Islands Plus Mexico Open To US Tourists.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

With the US registering over 4.89 million coronavirus cases and an estimated 160,000 deaths, many countries remain hesitant to opening their doors to American tourists. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of possible vacation destinations for those looking to catch a break from corona and the economic...


17 hours ago
PAHO Provides Millions Of COVID-19 Test Kits Throughout The Americas.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

Washington, DC, August 6, 2020 (PAHO) – The Pan American Health Organization has leveraged the Strategic Fund for  Public Health Supplies to procure and distribute millions of COVID-19 diagnostic kits, Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), and other essential health supplies to countries throughout...


1 day ago
Covid Crazy–Bermuda To Tourists: We’re Good, Come On Down’, But CDC Saying ‘No, No Don’t Go’.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

Bermuda is open and welcoming visitors back to the island as of July 1, 2020, states its Government Web site. Ideally within 72 hours, but no more than seven days before departure, visitors must take a PCR COVID-19 test and obtain a negative result. Within 48 hours of departure, complete the Bermuda...


3 days ago
Bajans Make A Lot Of Sense On Covid-19 Testing.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

Travellers to Barbados who are unable to receive a COVID-19 test in their country may do so on arrival in Barbados, where the test “is of a certain quality”, reports SHEENA FORDE-CRAIGG on behalf of the Barbados Government Information Service. Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley stressed this today...


4 days ago
Caricom Says Grow Your Own (Food, That Is).
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

The Caribbean Community wants to reduce its food import bill by at least 25% over the next five years. So says Mr. Joseph Cox, Assistant Secretary-General Trade and Economic Integration at the CARICOM Secretariat. The senior regional public servant recently says that the Covid- 19 Pandemic has further...


4 days ago
U.S. Virgins Screening Travelers For Covid-19 With Online Portal.
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism announced the launch of phase one of a new online portal that will help to prescreen and certify travelers before they land in the Territory. The goal is to reduce the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 and speed up arrivals. The U.S. Virgin Islands Travel...


5 days ago
Trike Cyclist Teacher Takes Learning To Students
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

(AP). When the coronavirus pandemic closed Guatemala’s schools in mid-March, teacher Gerardo Ixcoy invested his savings in a second-hand adult tricycle. Every day, the 27-year-old pedals through the cornfields of Santa Cruz del Quiche to give individual instruction to his sixth-grade students....


6 days ago
Don’t Blame Virus, Covid-19 Victims Killing Themselves Say Scientists
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

(RT) The death rate from COVID-19 is almost ten times higher than that of the common flu, although it is less fatal in itself. The virus that causes the disease that has claimed the lives of nearly 690,000 people worldwide — does not appear to be “a killing machine,” say scientists at...

1 week ago
Alexandra Hospital benefits from additional equipment to fight COVID-19
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – An assortment of equipment to fight COVID-19 has been provided to the Alexandra Hospital by the Nevis Island Administration’s local and international partners, according to Hon. Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis. Brantley, who is also the Minister of Health, noted at his July...


1 week ago
IATA predicts air traffic lull until 2024
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

GENEVA, Switzerland — Global air traffic will not return to pre-coronavirus levels until at least 2024, a year later than previously anticipated, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). One of the reasons cited by IATA for the “more pessimistic” outlook is...


1 week ago
Summer sports camps canceled, focus on staff development
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — The Department of Sports will not host its general sports developmental camp this year due to the coronavirus. The camp is held annually in July. Hundreds of children on summer break from primary and secondary schools usually attend the sessions choosing from various disciplines...


2 weeks ago
Preparations underway for Dr. Harris to chair the ECCB Monetary Council
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, was today updated on the preparations for Friday’s handing over ceremony where he will assume the chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). Thursday morning...


2 weeks ago
NEVLEC connects Nevis with better power supply lines
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – Nevisians are benefiting from a more reliable electricity supply, according to Gilroy Pultie, General Manager of the Nevis Electricity Company Limited (NEVLEC). “The strides the company has made in the past year are expected to provide an even higher rate of reliability,”...


2 weeks ago
Mandatory COVID-19 training begins for tourist-related businesses
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – Mandatory training exercises for bars, restaurants and other tourist-related businesses began today and will continue through August 27. According to Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Lindsay Grant, participating businesses will be certified as being prepared to provide services...


3 weeks ago
Residents advised, carefully manage, wash used cloth facemasks
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — St. Kitts and Nevis residents are advised to carefully manage facemasks after going out in public. According to Chief Medical Officer Dr. Hazel Laws coronavirus can remain present and infectious on the outer layer of masks for up to seven days. Dr. Laws referenced the Lancet...


3 weeks ago
Dr. Laws highlights the importance of wearing facemasks
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — Wearing facemasks has become an accepted part of the new normal in St. Kitts and Nevis. It is an effective non-pharmaceutical measure that helps to reduce the risk of persons contracting the coronavirus. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Hazel Laws highlighted the effectiveness...


3 weeks ago
COVID-19 emergency regulations outline ‘New Normal’
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — As the COVID-19 pandemic continues the general public is encouraged to adapt to the new normal outlined in the Emergency Regulations as a result of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. During a July 17 NEOC COVID-19 briefing, Superintendent Cromwell Henry of the Royal St. Christopher...


3 weeks ago
Suspected Covid-positive persons quarantined at JNF Hospital
The St. Kitts Nevis Observer

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — As the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis continues to further safeguard itself from the COVID-19 virus, quarantining remains in effect at the Joseph N. France General Hospital (JNF). “Initially when we were addressing this pandemic, infected persons were quarantined at...

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