There are now 14 active COVID-19 cases in the British Virgin Islands.
Of those active cases, eight are on Tortola, five are located in Virgin Gorda, and one is on a vessel.
The resurgence of active cases have come since the territory reopened its borders for tourism on December 1.
Meanwhile, these latest developments bring the total number of COVID-19 cases to be reported in the BVI to 93. Seventy-eight of those patients have recovered and one died.
The public is reminded to comply with all health and safety measures that include hand-washing, wearing of face masks in public spaces, maintaining six feet from others outside of your households, disinfecting frequently touched surfaces, avoid touching your face and limiting large gatherings, especially during the upcoming holiday season.
Persons who are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 are encouraged to contact the Medical Hotline at 852-7650 for medical advice and testing. Common symptoms include fever, cough, headache, fatigue, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, muscle aches, or difficulty breathing.
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