WILLEMSTAD - For the first time, there are more than three hundred active cases of coronavirus infection on Curaçao. That was announced by the government on Thursday. That day, 28 new infections were registered. Four people were declared cured. Furthermore, four people are in hospital with the coronavirus.
On Curaçao, as the only island in the Caribbean of the Kingdom, there is an upward trend in the number of infections. In Aruba, there has been a significant decrease. On Thursday, 343 active cases were registered, where more than 1,600 people in Aruba were infected a month ago. The number of infections is also decreasing on Sint Maarten. Fifty infections were registered on Wednesday. At the end of August, there were more than 260.
No new infections have been registered on Bonaire for five days. On Thursday, twelve people were infected. At the beginning of the month, there were 69. Three infections were counted on St. Eustatius on Thursday. At the end of September, there were still nine. No infections have been registered on Saba for a long time.