COVID-19 pandemic in Tavil Republic

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COVID-19 pandemic in Tavil Republic
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COVID-19 spread map in Tavil Republic
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationRepublic of Tavil
First caseFakaofo
Arrival date10 December 2020
OriginFiji
Confirmed cases123
Suspected cases0
Severe cases0
Recovered119
Deaths
4
Official website
Tavil Republic COVID-19 Official Website
Suspected cases have not been confirmed as being due to this strain by laboratory tests, although some other strains may have been ruled out.

The COVID-19 pandemic in Tavil Republic is part of the ongoing worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

Background

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003, but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.

Cases

Territory Citizens Cases Deaths Recovered Critical patients
Total 1728 123 4 (3,25%) 119 (96,75%) 0 (0%)
Fakaofo 506 80 3 (3,75%) 77 (96,25%) 0 (0%)
Berdwind 282 42 1 (2,38%) 41 (97,62%) 0 (0%)
Atafu 1 0 (0%) 1 (100%) 0 (%0) 0 (0%)

Timeline

2020

June

14 June

Tavil Republic Government, the COVID-19 declared a state of emergency due to the outbreak.

August

1 August

The Health Ministry published a document on mask distance and cleanliness.[1]

December

1 December

It has been made mandatory to wear a mask in all states.[2]

2 December

On December 2, the government announced that it would be quarantined for 14 days for those coming from abroad.

10 December

In the Tavil Republic, the first case was confirmed in a citizen in the state of Fakaofo on December 10, 2020. The Ministry of Health confirmed that the citizen came from Fiji 7 days before that date.[3]

11 December

On December 11, 2020, the Ministry of Health confirmed the 2nd COVID-19 case in the Republic of Tavil. This case was also detected in Fakaofo state. The second case was stated to be the contact of the first case.[4]

12 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 2 more new people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Thus, the total number of COVID-19 cases increased to 4. In addition, the condition of 1 person deteriorated. Thus, the number of serious patients was 1. At the same time, the total number of tests reached 10 and 4 more people were tested. [5]

13 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 3 more new people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Thus, the total number of COVID-19 cases increased to 5. Also, the total number of tests reached 13 and 3 more people were tested. [6]

14 December

Ministry of Health announced that 3 more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Thus, the total number of COVID-19 cases increased to 8. In addition, with the death of 1 person in the Republic of Tavil in the COVID-19 epidemic, the first death occurred. In addition, with the testing of 5 more people, the total number of tests increased to 18. [7]

15 December

Cabinet meeting emergency due to COVID-19 takes new measures and restrictions. According to this;[8]

1-) Fakaofo state, where the cases are seen, will be closed until January 15, 2021.

2-) Organizations such as home visits will be banned across the country.

3-) Only family members can attend the wedding.

4-) Only family members and a maximum of 5 people can attend the funerals.

5-) Under the age of 20 and above the age of 65, going out will be prohibited.

6-) Swimming will be prohibited throughout the country (especially in Tokelau islands).

7-) Entertainment venues such as cafes, bars, cinemas and shopping malls will be completely closed.

8-) Restaurants will only be able to serve take away.

9-) Transactions such as public transactions will be required to be made over the internet, employees here will work remotely.

10-) Education will be suspended until January 11, 2021, during this period, education will continue remotely.

11-) Places such as markets and grocery stores will be closed after 18 o'clock.

12-) Smoking will be banned in public places throughout the country.

13-) Wearing a mask will be mandatory everywhere.

14-) Everyone will be obliged to be at least 3 meters away from each other.

15-) Sports organizations will be canceled until January 15, 2021.

President said that if the epidemic does not stop and continues, they can impose a curfew.


Ministry of Health announced that 2 more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Thus, the total number of COVID-19 cases increased to 10. In addition, with the recovery of 1 person in the Republic of Tavil in the COVID-19 epidemic today, the first recovery occurred. In addition, with the testing of 4 more people today, the total number of tests increased to 22.[9]

16 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 4 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, 1 person died, 1 person recovered. Thus, the number of cases increased to 14, the number of deaths to 2, and the number of people recovered to 2. In addition, with the testing of 6 more people, the total number of tests increased to 28.[10]

17 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 4 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, and 1 person recovered. Thus, the number of cases increased to 18, and the number of people recovered to 3. In addition, with the testing of 7 more people, the total number of tests increased to 35.[11]

The government announced that a curfew would be imposed between 28 December and 11 January.[12]

18 December

The Ministry of Health announced that COVID-19 was also seen in the state of Berdwind. 109 tests were done, 35 were positive. Also, 2 people recovered. Thus, the total number of cases increased to 53, the number that recovered to 5, and the number of tests to 144. This was the highest number of cases reported daily.[13]

Thereupon, the government quarantined the state of Berdwind. It also decided to meet in the cabinet on 20 December for an emergency.

19 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 14 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, 6 person recovered and 1 person died. Thus, the number of cases increased to 67, and the number of people recovered to 11 and death toll rose to 3. In addition, with the testing of 20 more people, the total number of tests increased to 164.[14]

20 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 1 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, 5 person recovered. Thus, the number of cases increased to 68, and the number of people recovered to 16. In addition, with the testing of 11 more people, the total number of tests increased to 175.[15]


The cabinet convened urgently to increase cases. During the meeting, it was discussed that the curfew to be delayed between December 28 and January 11 was put forward.

Accordingly, it was decided that the curfew between December 28 and December 11 will begin on December 21 (ie from 12 tonight).[16]

21 December

The Ministry of Health announced that 1 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, 7 person recovered. Thus, the number of cases increased to 69, and the number of people recovered to 23. In addition, with the testing of 17 more people, the total number of tests increased to 192.[17]

2021

January

15 January

The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tavil and the government of the Republic of Tavil, which has not disclosed COVID-19 data since December 23, announced the COVID-19 data for the first time.

Accordingly, since December 23: 48 cases were detected, 1 person died, 40 people recovered, and 319 more people were tested. According to this; The total number of cases increased to 119, the total number of deaths to 4, the total number of healing to 65, and the total number of tests to 538.

The president announced that more than 30% of the population is tested. In addition, the president stated that the 21-day curfew between December 21 and January 11 worked, the epidemic slowed down, and the occupancy rates of hospitals decreased.

In addition, the president said that from 16 January, COVID-19 data will continue to be released on a daily basis. [18]


The interior ministry issued a circular called "New decisions taken in the January 15, 2021 COVID-19 outbreak" covering the whole country.[19]


According to this;

1-) The quarantine decision taken in Fakaofo state where the cases were seen was extended until March 1, 2021.

2-) Weddings were completely banned.

3-) Only family members and a maximum of 3 people will attend the funerals.

4-) The curfew for under 20 and over 65 was extended until March 1, 2021.

5-) Entertainment venues such as cafes, bars, cinemas and shopping centers will remain closed until March 1, 2021.

6-) Everyone's decision to work remotely will be extended until March 1, 2021.

7-) The break given to education on December 15, 2020 will last until March 1, 2021 and students will continue to work remotely until March 1, 2021.

8-) Places such as Sunday, market will be closed after 17 o'clock.

9-) The smoking ban in public places across the country will be extended until March 1, 2021.

10-) The mask requirement will continue until March 1, 2021.

11-) The obligation for everyone to be at least 3 meters away from each other will continue until March 1, 2021.

12-) Sports organizations canceled will not be held until March 1, 2021.

13-) The state of Berdwind, which was quarantined on December 18, 2020, will continue to quarantine until March 1, 2021.

16 January

A health worker in Belkıs province of Tavil Republic received the Chinese origin Sinovac vaccine. This was the first in the Tavil Republic to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The Ministry of Health announced that if the 3rd phase trials of the vaccine are successful, the vaccine can be administered to the public. The Ministry of Health told the public that not only Sinovac, but also Biontech and Moderna vaccines. In addition, the Ministry of Health stated that vaccination is not mandatory.[20]


The Ministry of Health announced that 1 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19, and 7 person recovered. Thus, the number of cases increased to 120, and the number of people recovered to 72. In addition, with the testing of 26 more people, the total number of tests increased to 564.[21]

17 January

Ministry of Health announced that no new cases were detected in 20 tests. This is the first time since the pandemic no new cases have been detected. In addition, with the improvement of 1 more person today, the total number of people who recovered rose to 73. In addition, with the testing of 20 more people, the total number of tests increased to 584.[22]

18 January

The Ministry of Health announced that they did not detect new cases from 22 tests conducted in the country. It was the second from the beginning of this pandemic. In addition, the highest daily recovery record was set since the beginning of the pandemic.

With 22 more tests, the number of tests performed in the country increased to 606. With the improvement of 13 more people in the country, the number of people who recovered rose to 86. At the same time, the number of active cases reached the lowest level in the last 1 month. The number of active cases decreased by 13 in 1 day to 30.

The president said that no new cases are detected depends on the measures. In addition, the president said: We are in our 40th day in our fight against COVID-19. So far, 120 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. We lost 4 citizens due to COVID-19. However, we managed to stop the spread of COVID-19. We have managed to contain the epidemic. This is the success of all of us, the success of our people. It was thanks to precautions and measures. [23]

19 January

Ministry of Health of the Tavil Republic announced that no new cases were detected in 32 tests performed today. Thus, the total number of tests increased to 638.

Ministry of Health announced today that 6 coronavirus patients have recovered. Thus, the total number of healing patients increased to 92.

In addition, the Ministry of Health said the number of active COVID-19 patients continues to decrease. The number of active cases, which was 30, has decreased by 6 to 24 today. Thus, the number of active cases reached the lowest level in the last 1 month.[24]

March

17 March

The Ministry of Health has announced that there are no COVID-19 cases left in the country.



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