first_img Oct 15, 2020 COVID-19: Belize confirms 4 cases; PM closes borders to nationals(PRESS RELEASE) – My Fellow Belizeans, Earlier today, the Ministry of Health’s leadership team publicly announced the worrying news of test results having this morning confirmed Belize’s fourth case of COVID-19. The infected person is from the Cayo District, but up until about 11 days ago, had been traveling to and…April 3, 2020In “Belize”Mapping Detect Three New Cases of COVID-19The Ministry of Health continues to intensify its surveillance and mapping activities in order to contain the spread of COVID-19. Three (3) additional cases of COVID-19 were identified after making an initial mapping in the City of Belize and as part of samples obtained from the case identified in Corozal…April 11, 2020In “General”Belize – April 9 updateThe Ministry of Health obtained 30 samples for COVID-19 on April 8 and confirmed the ninth case. Patient is a minor who had direct contact with a previously identified patient. The 30 samples tested yesterday include additional mapping samples for patients #6 and #7 and also from other health facilities…April 10, 2020In “General”Share this on WhatsApp Oct 16, 2020 A female in San Ignacio Town, as a close contact of a confirmed case from that town. Three cases in Belize City, which are all close contacts of a previously confirmed case in that city. The confirmed cases are distributed as follows: CMO says Saint Lucia at critical stage of COVID-19 outbreak You may be interested in… Six Eastern Caribbean countries deemed safe for travel – CDC St. Lucia records more cases of COVID Oct 15, 2020 The total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Belize now stands at 18, with four new confirmed cases identified over the last 24 hours. Oct 16, 2020 Belmopan. April 13, 2020. 1:00 p.m. Patient #3 also remains positive at day 15 after initial confirmation of his case. With this, the Ministry of Health can confirm that there are two active clusters that are being closely followed, one in San Ignacio and one in Belize City. The latter seems to have originated after a social activity on Saturday, March 14th. This particular active cluster in Belize City has identified five cases, therefore, the Ministry is asking the public to call 0-800-MOH-CARE or 613-0787 (Central Health Region) if they attended a social gathering at Plaza Diner in Belize City on March 14, 2020. If you were at this event and have developed a fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose or difficulty breathing, please remain in isolation and call the numbers provided. The Ministry of Health has, effective immediately, increased the quarantine period to 21 days. If you have been an immediate contact of any of the known cases you are also required to self-quarantine.  Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… More deaths from COVID-19 recorded in CARICOM countries,… last_img read more