New COVID-19 patients in St. Kitts recently travelled to Antigua


St. Kitts and Nevis has recorded five additional cases of COVID-19.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven.

The patients are three females and two males who are all citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis.

The female patients are aged 10 months, 24 years and 36 years, while the two male patients are 29 and 39 years, respectively.

All five of these are travel related, meaning that the cases were imported into the Federation.

This determination has been made based on the patients’ travel histories to St. Maarten and Antigua during the period March 6-13.

The Federal Ministry of Health wishes to advise the public that these confirmed cases of COVID-19 indicate that all such patients are being subjected to compulsory isolation in order to limit the likelihood of transmission to others.

The Ministry further advises that the contacts of all five patients will be subject to strict quarantine and testing as well, given that they would have been exposed to the novel coronavirus and can infect others during the incubation period.