Fiji has 121 new cases of COVID-19 to report for the 24 hour period that ended at 8am yesterday and no new COVID-19 deaths to report.
103 cases are from the Western Division and 18 cases are from the Central Division.
There are now 12,948 active cases.
Fiji has recorded 50,010 cases during the outbreak that started in April 2021.
The country has recorded a total of 50,080 cases since the first case was reported in March 2020.
Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says following further review of their active case database they have an additional 9 COVID-19 deaths to report for the period of 12th July to 9th August.
All deaths were reported from the Central Division.
He says an analysis of the 9 deaths have highlighted that individuals were aged between 49 to 83 years.
4 were males and 6 of the individuals died at home or on their way to the hospital.
6 of the people that died were unvaccinated.
The remaining 3 received only one dose of the vaccine.
This means that there were no deaths of individuals who were fully vaccinated.
There have been 11 more deaths of COVID-19 positive patients.
However, these deaths have been classified as non-COVID deaths by their doctors. The doctors have determined that these deaths were caused by a serious pre-existing medical condition and not COVID-19.
There have now been 575 deaths due to COVID-19 in Fiji, with 573 of these deaths during the outbreak that started in April this year.
Five vaccination teams from Vunisea Hospital and two teams from Kavala Health Centre are conducting the vaccination of villages and settlements in Kadavu.
Four new cases were recorded on Kadavu Island in the last 24 hours bringing the total number to 530.
The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says 54 are active cases and they are being monitored daily by the health team.
He says eleven people are admitted at the Vunisea Hospital where six are COVID positive and currently in stable condition and five are negative.
Education and awareness sessions continue for the villages and communities and movement restrictions remain in force supervised by the Police team and the Vanua.
Dr Fong also confirmed that no new cases were reported for Malolo Waya Island in the last 24 hours.
The 18 remaining active cases on Malolo are monitored daily by the health team while the 25 active cases on Waya Island are under home isolation in their villages.
Daily assessments for the active cases on Waya Island are conducted by the Yalobi Nursing Station health team.
The four high-risk cases are stable and remain in home isolation.
Movement restrictions remain in force for all villages on Malolo Island.
The Permanent Secretary says five new cases have been reported on Naviti Island in the last 24 hours, bringing the total cases to 178.
90 individuals have recovered while 88 cases remain active and under surveillance by the health team.
Movement restrictions are in place for all villages.
Meanwhile, fifty-one new cases were diagnosed in the villages of Nacula, Bukama, Dalomo, Teci, and Yasawa-i-Rara villages on Nacula Island and Yasawa Island in the last 24 hours.
This brings the total number of cases to 80, and they are now under isolation in their respective villages and monitored daily by the health team from Nacula Health Centre.
Strict movement restriction remains in place for the whole island.
On Beqa Island, eighteen new cases were recorded in Dakuibeqa village in the last 24 hours bringing the total case numbers to 180.
179 are active cases and are on daily monitoring by the health team.
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