Dominica on Wednesday confirmed eight new COVID 19 cases.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Johnson made the announcement at a Ministry of Health press briefing.
He said Dominica now has 12 active COVID 19 cases, all of which are a-symptomatic.
Dr. Johnson said further the 3rd & 4th cases are people with recent travel history.
A 60 year old male quarantined at a private certified facility is the 5th case.
A 24 year old male from the Dominica Republic is the 6th case. The 7th and 8th cases are from high risks countries, arriving in Dominica.
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