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    April 16, 2021

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    Note: Yesterday’s active cases were reported as 508, so with today’s reported 45 new cases and 49 recoveries, one would expect the active cases to be 504 not 512, however we have published the official numbers from Aruba’s Department of Health, until a clarification or correction is published.
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    Vaccinations:

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    I think we might be closing in on or have just passed the US percentage wise. Going real fast.
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    The US is about 25% fully vaccinated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArubaAce View Post
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    Note: Yesterday’s active cases were reported as 508, so with today’s reported 45 new cases and 49 recoveries, one would expect the active cases to be 504 not 512, however we have published the official numbers from Aruba’s Department of Health, until a clarification or correction is published.
    Maybe it cases from Curacao and Bonaire.






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