21, 259 people vaccinated against COVID-19

Apr 30, 2021, 11:59 AM

The Gambia’s Ministry of Health has said that 21, 259 people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 as of the 25th April 2021.

The 302nd COVID-19 situation report of The Gambia for 26th April 2021 published on 28th April 2021 said no new COVID-19 related death was officially recorded with the total deaths since March 2020 still at 174.
According to the report, 2 new COVID-19 positive cases were registered bringing the total since March 2020 to 5,885.
Five (5) COVID-19 patients were discharged from treatment centres, while 2 COVID-19 patients are currently on oxygen therapy.
The country currently has 382 active cases.

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