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    April 19, 2021

    19 Residents+
    2 NonResidents +April 19, 2021-2483fce7-7e81-460e-af8e-35b5019aa5ff-jpg

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    These numbers should start reflecting the Easter crowds.

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    Easter was two weeks ago. I think we would have started to see those numbers.






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    today's percentage was 37% of residents tested were positive.
    that is a terrible number.

    I do not know the percentage of non residents testing positive.

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    Vaccinations:

    43,305 individuals (41%).
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    Quote Originally Posted by robin View Post
    Easter was two weeks ago. I think we would have started to see those numbers.
    The peak we had was partly from flag day on the 18th of March (it started going up weeks before flag day). On the 20th of March new measures were implemented. On the top end of the peak and startled by new variants and the need to assist neighboring Curacao with ICU capacity, the government further tightened measures on the 26th of March.

    What I'm trying to say with my short intro is that coupled with the rapid vaccination campaign, we shouldn't be expecting noticeable numbers from Easter weekend and its all downhill from here in terms of active cases. One can hope
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    absolutely one can hope!!
    we all need to "hope"
    Quote Originally Posted by Arawak View Post
    The peak we had was partly from flag day on the 18th of March (it started going up weeks before flag day). On the 20th of March new measures were implemented. On the top end of the peak and startled by new variants and the need to assist neighboring Curacao with ICU capacity, the government further tightened measures on the 26th of March.

    What I'm trying to say with my short intro is that coupled with the rapid vaccination campaign, we shouldn't be expecting noticeable numbers from Easter weekend and its all downhill from here in terms of active cases. One can hope

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    On the positive there were 81 recoveries so the active cases have been going down. Active cases April 1st were 704 so that is a decrease of active cases of 313.

    21 new cases of COVID-19, and 81 recoveries reported. Active cases decrease to 391.
    Last edited by ArubaAce; 04-19-2021 at 10:24 PM. Reason: Adding more info
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arawak View Post
    Vaccinations:

    43,305 individuals (41%).
    It is my understanding that about 13,000 of that number are fullly vaccinated.
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