Three new coronavirus cases confirmed in Guyana
The count of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Guyana has now become 78 after the officials of Guyana have confirmed three new cases of the infection by the virus.
Volda Lawrence, the Public Health Minister made the announcement regarding the new cases of the coronavirus in the country during her COVID-19 coronavirus update.
Although she did not reveal any information about the infected persons.
The capital Georgetown is the hotspot of COVID-19 and Lawrence published the central region has the most cases.
“The coronavirus is in several of the densely populated areas in our cities. We need to stop and take stock of this situation,” Lawrence also told that Guyana suffered during the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak.
“You must adhere to the guidelines provided or we will be in a severe condition that we cannot control.
On the lighter side, the number of people who recovered from the virus increased to 18. The country has tested 519 people for the virus.