No change to restrictions on gatherings for vaccinated yet
Posted: Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Dr Hinds: No change to restrictions on gatherings for vaccinated yet
It's still too early to consider changes to COVID-19 restrictions to allow fully vaccinated people to host gatherings. This, from Technical Director, Epidemiology, Dr Avery Hinds, who said not enough of the population is vaccinated against the virus to look at a rollback on restrictions on gatherings.
As virus count remains steady, experts urge public to get COVID-19 jab
A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving their second dose of a two-dose vaccine schedule. The epidemiologist said trends in the virus fatalities observed continue to be in the over 60 group, with most occurring in people with comorbidities. The male to female distribution in cases and deaths has also been maintained at steady levels over the past few weeks.
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