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Momodou Posted - 17 Mar 2020 : 22:24:24
Courtesy of The Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health hereby inform the public that Gambia has registered its first case of COVID-19 this evening. The case is a Gambian female from UK. Ministry of Health is doing all it can to prevent further spread of the virus.

To prevent yourself and your family, always wash your hands with soap, do NOT touch your face, do NOT shake hands, keep away from public gatherings. For more info call 1025 help line.
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toubab1020 Posted - 25 Nov 2020 : 10:24:26



https://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/headlines/gambia-records-no-new-covid-19-case



Nov 24, 2020, 10:57 AM
At least no new confirmed case of COVID-19 is recorded, according latest COVID-19 reports.

One COVID-19 patient newly recovered and got discharged. The country currently has no person in quarantine, 16 active cases and a crude case-fatality ratio of 3.3%

Four recently confirmed cases absconded to Senegal

Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 15 cases, bringing the total number to 15, 897 with 15,516 recoveries and 330 deaths. At least 50 are under treatment.
toubab1020 Posted - 23 Nov 2020 : 11:45:26

https://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/headlines/covid-19-gambia-registers-10-new-cases-2


#Headlines
Covid-19: Gambia registers 10 new cases

Nov 23, 2020, 9:33 AM
The Gambia has registered 10 new coronavirus cases according to the 201st COVID-19 situation report of The Gambia for 20th November 2020 (published on the 21st November 2020).

The latest development took the cases ever recorded in the country since March to 3, 726.

The ministry of health reported that, 4 of the newly confirmed COVID-19 positive cases absconded to Senegal before being moved to the treatment centers.

The country also registered 1 new COVID-related death, taking the number to 123.

Seventeen COVID-19 patients are in treatment or self-isolation (active cases) while 1 COVID-19 patient was discharged from treatment.

There is no person in quarantine.

Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 17 new positive cases, bringing its total cases to 15, 882. The country has, however, recorded 15, 488 recoveries and 330 deaths.

The world has registered 55.6million cases with 1.34 million deaths.
Momodou Posted - 28 Sep 2020 : 15:53:27
Mile 2 Prison hit by covid-19

The Point: Sep 25, 2020
By Momodou Jawo


https://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/headlines/mile-2-prison-hit-by-covid-19

Inmates at Mile 2 Central Prison have reportedly been hit by the covid-19 pandemic; The Point has been reliably informed.

A source who is familiar with matter and spoke to our reporter on condition of anonymity confirmed the development.

According to our source, over 60 people were recently affected by the virus, although it did not happen at once.

“They were taken into isolation. However, I can tell you that 22 of them have been discharged at once and they're currently taken back to the prison after multiple tests conducted on them resulted negative." Our source clarified that aside from the 22 people who were discharged, more and more people are being discharged on a daily basis with covid-19.

Most of the cases, our source added, are people that are admitted at the prison recently. These are people that are reported to have come with the virus in the prison. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that this number of confirmed cases happened at once."

Our reporter has been reliably informed that authorities at the prison are doing tremendous good job in ensuring that the virus doesn't spread in the premises.

“In fact, I can tell you that they have taken steps in ensuring that whoever is to be admitted at the prison, the relevant authorities escorting those individuals must produce a certificate indicating that various test have been conducted on those individuals and it all prove negative."

“I can happily tell you that things are now getting normal at the prison and quite a number of people that were affected are now returning to the prison."
Momodou Posted - 16 Sep 2020 : 12:14:46
The Gambia registers 2 new #COVID19 Deaths and 12 new Positive cases from 47 tests. There is 1 person in quarantine, 1,851 Recoveries and 1,482 Active cases. The total confirmed cases is 3,440 and total deaths is 107.

Source: QTV Gambia
Momodou Posted - 15 Sep 2020 : 15:17:41
The Gambia registers 2 new #COVID19 related Deaths and 23 new Positive cases from 214 Tests. There are 1,737 Recoveries and 1,586 Active cases. There have been 3,428 confirmed cases since March and 105 Deaths.

Source: QTV Gambia
toubab1020 Posted - 14 Sep 2020 : 16:18:35
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https://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/headlines/100-senegalese-soldiers-test-positive-for-covid-19-in-gambia
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Sep 14, 2020, 11:52 AM

100 Senegalese soldiers test positive for covid-19 in Gambia

Sep 14, 2020, 11:52 AM
The Senegalese army says about 100 of its soldiers on peacekeeping mission in The Gambia have tested positive for coronavirus.

The military contingent comprising 600 soldiers are returning home.

They have been quarantined in Toubacouta, on Senegalese territory near the border with The Gambia, as a precautionary measure.

Those who tested positive are asymptomatic. More tests were being done, according to reports.


Momodou Posted - 13 Sep 2020 : 13:12:03
29 new COVID-19 positive cases out of 178 test carried out with a positivity rate of 16.3%. One further COVID-19 related deaths recorded, which pushed the total end to 103, a death rate of 3% is twice Africa's average. Encouraging the recovery rate continue to improve by the day; 50.6%.

Analysis by Ahmed Manjang
Momodou Posted - 12 Sep 2020 : 14:25:41
The Gambia records 2 new #covid19 related deaths & 14 new positive cases from 142 tests. The country currently has 77 people in quarantine, 1,657active cases & 1,617 recoveries. The total confirmed cases are 3,376 and total deaths are 102.

Source: QTV Gambia
Momodou Posted - 11 Sep 2020 : 15:18:48
The Gambia registers 32 new #COVID19 cases from 143 tests and no new deaths reported. There are 1,582 recoveries, 86 in quarantine & 1,680 active cases. The total confirmed cases is 3,362 and total deaths are 100.


Source: QTV Gambia
Momodou Posted - 03 Sep 2020 : 14:16:50
Breaking News: 2 people died of COVID19, total death is now 99; 34 new cases recorded adding up to 3,101;

1,727 COVID-19 patients are in treatment; 7 people are in quarantine; 8 new discharges from treatment (recoveries).

Note: This report is at least 2 days behind the date of publication.

Source: Foroyaa
Momodou Posted - 02 Sep 2020 : 14:27:46
Breaking New: 1 new covid19 death recorded increasing the total death to 97, 38 new cases registered making the total to 3,067; 1,703 COVID-19 are in treatment; 8 people are in quarantine; 121 recovered (recoveries).

Note: This report is at least 2 days behind the date of publication.
Source: Foroyaa
Momodou Posted - 01 Sep 2020 : 14:46:48
The Gambia registers 66 new #COVID19 cases, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 3,029. No new deaths were recorded. 114 new recoveries registered, bringing the total recoveries to 1,146. There are 13 people in quarantine & 1,787 active cases.

Note: The statistics is always days behind the date of publication.
Momodou Posted - 28 Aug 2020 : 12:43:47
Breaking News: 54 new cases recorded bring the total to 2,797; 3 new COVID-related deaths recorded (detected in home isolation) bringing the number to 96,. 1, 958 COVID-19 patients are in treatment or self-isolation (active cases);44 people are in quarantine; 105 new discharges from treatment (recoveries).

Note: This report is at least 2 days behind the date of publication.
Source: Foroyaa
Momodou Posted - 27 Aug 2020 : 13:20:34
Breaking News: 35 new positive cases adding up to 2,743; No new COVID-related deaths recorded on the 128th situation report. Number of deaths remains at 93. 2, 012 COVID-19 patients are in treatment or self-isolation (active cases); 31 people are in quarantine;
27 new discharges from treatment (recoveries).

Note: This report is at least 2 days behind the date of publication.

Updated by: Sankareh, E. G & Sankanu, Prince Bubacarr Aminata
Momodou Posted - 25 Aug 2020 : 12:03:45
Breaking news: 3 new COVID-19 related deaths recorded, bringing the total number of deaths,registered since March, to 90 - a crude case-fatality ratio of 3.4%
- Of these, while one was a known COVID-19 patient isolated at the Sanatorium, the
remaining 2 had their COVID-19 statuses confirmed posthumously
- The median age, at death, of the 3 deceased cases (2 males and 1 female) is
73 years (range: 72 to 83 years)
- 101 new cases registered, taking the total number of COVID-19 cases ever
confirmed in the country to 2,686
- This represents a 27% test positivity rate (101 out of 379 total tests performed)
- The median age of the new cases is 36 years (range: 1 to 100 years)
- 379 new laboratory test results received from MRCG and NPHL
- Of these, 6 new tests returned indeterminant
• 111 new recoveries registered, bringing the cumulative number of recoveries,
to date, to 601 (22.4% recovery rate)

Source: Foroyaa

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