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Jamaica has surpassed the 10,000 COVID-19 case mark

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Jamaica has surpassed the 10,000 COVID-19 case mark, with 60 new cases of the disease and two news deaths recorded in the last 24 hours.

The new cases consist of 25 males and 35 females, ranging in age from three to 89 years.

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The Ministry of Health says 10 of the new cases are contacts of confirmed cases and the other 50 are under investigation.

Meanwhile, the two new deaths are that of an 88 year old female from Kingston and St. Andrew and a 90 year old male from Westmoreland. 

The country’s death toll since the outbreak stands at 233. 
Total recoveries stand at 5369.

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