1 death deplored by the government on October 14 and 102 new

The government health point on Thursday, October 14 announced 1 new death, 45 patients in intensive care and 102 new cases. We take stock.

Ava Skoupsky


Posted on October 14, 2021 at 3:06 p.m.,

updated October 14, 2021 at 3:32 p.m.

In the past 24 hours, New Caledonia has deplored 1 more death linked to Covid-19, according to the government press release of Thursday, October 14.

In addition, 102 new positive cases have been identified since yesterday, bringing to 9,767 the total number of confirmed cases since the official start of the epidemic on September 6. According to government figures, the incidence rate went from 331 cases yesterday to 318 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. A falling incidence rate therefore. On the resuscitation side, 45 patients are treated in the service and 211 are hospitalized in the Covid unit. 76 positive patients are under surveillance in a hotel.

Vaccination continues

Yesterday, Wednesday October 13, 3,007 people received an injection. Since the start of the campaign, 167,098 people have received at least one dose, or 72.21% of the vaccineable population and 61.66% of the total population. 133,754 people received two doses of the vaccine. 1,828 people received a booster dose.

At this point, 57.8% of the vaccineable population, or 49.36% of the total population, had received a complete vaccination schedule. Vaccination operations continue throughout the week in the territory.

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