Dominica

03 November 2020

COVID-19 — A Tribute to Those on the Front Line

Dominica: COVID-19 – A Tribute to Those on the Front Line, 3 November 2020. Images from Commonwealth Stamps Opinion Blog.

Issued on: 2020-11-03
Colors: Multicolor
Format: Mini Sheet
Printing: Offset lithography
Face value: 4 x 5 East Caribbean dollars

On 22 March 2020, Dominica’s first case of COVID-19 was announced, a 54-year-old man who returned from the United Kingdom.

On 8 September, it was announced that Dominica had confirmed two more active cases of COVID-19, bringing the total active cases to six. On 17 September, it was announced that Dominica had confirmed one more active cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to four. As of 19 September, total number of cases in Dominica was 24, with 6 active cases. 18 cases had recovered from the virus.

As of 4 October, the total number of cases in Dominica was 31, with 7 active cases. As of 31 October, the total number of cases in Dominica was 50, with 17 active cases and 33 cases had recovered.

The Government of Dominica announced on 21 November that the total number of cases was 77, with 14 active cases and 63 cases had recovered. A month later, the number of cases was 96 with 9 active cases and 87 recoveries.

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