New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest Covid-19


New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest
New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

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New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

In Aruba and the BES islands, lowthreshold and free testing is still taking place.

In Sint Maarten and Curaqao, the testing policy has transitioned in recent months to a more restrictive policy in which tests are indicated by curative care.

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As expected, the share of the Omikron BA.4 and BAS variant increased further in July, after they were first detected in May this year.

Both variants are circulating, the new subvariant BA.2.75 omikron variant has not yet been detected on the islands.

Curacao, Aruba and Sint Maarten


Curaqao reported 582 new positive test results last month.

This is almost equal to the number of reports in June, 595. In the week from July 26 to August 1, 39 people per 1 00,000 inhabitants on Curaqao received a positive test result and the test ratio was twelve percent.

There were 32 corona-related hospitalizations and fewer than five deaths reported in July.

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New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest
New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

An increase in the number of reports was also visible on Saba last month.

43 new positive test results were reported in July, there were still 17 in June. According to the RIVM, the increase can partly be explained by the recent Carnival festivities on the island.


Incidence in the last week of July was 1,147 people per 100,000 population and the test rate was 27 percent. Less than five corona-related hospital admissions and no deaths were reported on Saba in
July.

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

In Aruba, 1,286 positive test results, 49 corona-related hospitalizations and fewer than five new deaths were reported from the island in July. This is a decrease compared to June.

In the week of July 26 to August 1, 1 62 people per 1 00,000 inhabitants in Aruba received a positive test result and the test ratio was forty percent.


Sint Maarten reported 1 84 positive test results, 14 corona-related hospitalizations and fewer than five new corona-related deaths in July.

The number of positive test results has therefore decreased compared to June.

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest

In the week of July 21 to 27, just over 22 people per 1 00,000 inhabitants on Sint Maarten received a positive test result and the test ratio was five percent.


THE HAGUE – A total of 2,547 positive test results were reported in the six
Kingdom Islands in the Caribbean in
July. A month before that,

it was still 4,688 in June. Aruba reported about half of all positive test results, 1,286. According to the RIVM, this is the result of an extensive testing policy in combination with a relatively large number of residents.

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest


On Curaqao, the number of reports in
July remained virtually the same. On Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, the number of positive test results increased compared to the previous month.

The RIVM attributes this to a number of local clusters and Carnival festivities on Saba, among other things. Partly because of this, more people were tested on St. Eustatius and Saba in July.

BES Islands
On Bonaire, the number of new positive test results increased in July. There were 299 positive test results and less than five corona-related hospitalizations and no related deaths reported by the island.

In the week of July 26 to August 1, 176 people per 1 00,000 inhabitants on Bonaire received a positive test result and the test ratio was 68 percent.

New Cases Halved on the 6 Dutch Islands the Latest


The number of positive test results on St. Eustatius increased in July. Last month 1 53 new positive test results were reported, last month there were 65.

The increase in the number of reports in July was partly caused by more people having themselves tested.

The incidence in the last week of July was 477 people per 100,000 inhabitants and the test rate was 1 1 percent. The island reported no corona-related hospitalizations and no deaths in July.

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