CNMI reports 32 more Covid cases
By Pacific Island Times News Staff
Saipan-- Thirty-two additional individuals have been confirmed positive for Covid-19. This brings the CNMI total to 604 cases since March 28, 2020. The individuals were identified and confirmed through surveillance testing on Nov. 23. The individuals have been isolated and are actively monitored. Of the 32 new cases, 20 were identified via community testing, and 12 via contact tracing. The vaccination statuses of the 32 new cases are: 19 fully vaccinated, 8 unvaccinated, 3 partially vaccinated, and 2 were ineligible for vaccination. Health officials reminded the community is reminded to practice the 3 W's: wear a mask, wash your hands, and watch your distance. Since Oct. 28, 2021, there have been 313 new cases, of which 144 were identified via contact tracing, 158 were identified via community testing, and 11 were identified via travel testing. A total of 622 Covid-19 tests were conducted on Nov. 23, which comprises travel testing and surveillance testing.