COVID-19 Update 22 September 2021
As of 8am Wednesday 22nd September, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee reports that there have been 865 PCR tests since the last report was issued on Tuesday morning.
Of these, there are four positive tests in travellers.
There have been 105,699 Covid-19 vaccinations given in total in the Cayman Islands. Of these, 54,796 (77% of 71,106) have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 50,901 (72%) have completed the two dose course. Two people (0%) have had a third or booster dose.
As of yesterday, 21 September, the break down by age groups for first doses is as follows (where distribution is 50% female across the whole group):
|12 – 17||73%|
|18 – 29||81%|
|30 – 39||87%|
|40 – 49||93%|
|50 – 59||96%|
“We know there is a lot of interest from the public about receiving a booster dose. However, this programme is not yet open to the public in general. The HSA will make an announcement in due course,” said the Chief Medical Officer.
Please see accompanying video: https://youtu.be/YR1HQxHf4xc
Submitted by: Government Information Services (GIS, CIG)