Most of those infected with COVID-19 in the Dominican Republic have no symptoms


During a new surge of positive cases of COVID-19 in the Dominican Republic, a new concern is added among the population and health authorities since most people with the active virus do not present symptoms, which is a gap for the further spread of the disease. The Ministry of Public Health informed this Saturday, November 5, that of the accumulated number of infections at a national level, 28,981 cases are active, mostly asymptomatic. The data shows that people’s agglomerations in recreational activities are more frequent, violating contagion measures. Bulletin number 261 of the General Directorate of Epidemiology highlights that the number of cases in this age range increases in the population group comprised of people under 20 years of age, with 14,327 points. In this regard, the Ministry of Public […]

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Four Thousand Members Of Shincheonji Church Of Jesus Donate Plasma For The Third Time

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