The Ministry of Health and Wellness is reporting that 336 new COVID-19 instances have been recorded over a 24-hour interval as much as Friday afternoon.
Four COVID-19 deaths that occurred from January 2021 to January 2022, have been additionally recorded on Friday, bringing the general coronavirus loss of life toll in Jamaica to 2,999.
An 87-year-old girl from Clarendon is the most recent recorded COVID fatalities nationally.
There have been 117 recoveries on the day, bringing that tally to 85,000.
The newly confirmed COVID-19 instances introduced the whole quantity on document for the island to 132,316.
Notably, the island recorded a 30.3 per cent positivity price based mostly on the samples that have been examined on Friday.
Of the newly confirmed instances, 208 are females and 128 are males, with ages starting from three months to 87 years.
The case depend was made up of Kingston and St Andrew (78), St Catherine (51), St James (46), St Ann (38), Westmoreland (35), Clarendon (34), Manchester (20), St Elizabeth (12), Hanover (9), Portland (4), St Mary (4), Trelawny (4), and St Thomas (one).
There are 12 reasonably sick sufferers, 5 severely sick sufferers and two critically sick sufferers amongst 1,892 lively instances now below commentary in Jamaica.
A complete of 67 COVID-19 sufferers at the moment are hospitalised regionally.