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    October 6, 2021

    18 Residents +

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    13% of those residents tested were positive.


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    ORANJESTY-06 oktober 2021. Second recap di awe 15 person to recover and total di 18 case nobo di COVID-19 a keda register di which resident tur ta. E cifranan aki ta represents a 'Positivity rate' bou di nos residentenan di 13 %. E quantity di casonan active di COVID-19 pa awe ta 164 and quantity di fayecidonan relate cu COVID-19 ta 168. Data ta illustra casonan nobo di COVID when a weekly average di 15 case pa day and averahe di 'positivity rate' weekly di 9 % pa day.
    Currently na Aruba tin 17 internal person debi na COVID di which den ICU tin 6 person, riba general floor tin 11 Person and na Colombia tin currently 19 person den intensive care.

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    Thanks again for posting. Overall still promising. Hope the slight bump isn't result of the relaxing of group gatherings on 2 October. I have looked, but haven't seen anything on Aruba news about contact tracing and any links to specific "larger" gatherings. Do you have any additional insight?
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    sorry I have no insight of any contact tracing etc.

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    Thanks again for posting. Overall still promising. Hope the slight bump isn't result of the relaxing of group gatherings on 2 October. I have looked, but haven't seen anything on Aruba news about contact tracing and any links to specific "larger" gatherings. Do you have any additional insight?
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    Thanks. To put in perspective, Aruba stats are better than most states in the U.S.
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