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Covid-19 Update: Two new cases after 28 days of zero case

Update on Sunday 24 May 2020:

Two new cases of Covid-19 have been detected among the 150 passengers who returned to Mauritius on 10 May 2020. All the passengers were in quarantine. The two persons came from India. They have been transferred to ENT hospital, Vacoas. All other passengers in quarantine who might have been in contact with the two will be tested again.




Update on Monday 11 May 2020

There is NO active Covid-19 case in Mauritius

No new case registered during the past 24 hours.

No new case registered during the past 14 days.

Total number of active cases remaining: 0  (The last two patients have been fully recovered)

Total cases to date since the outbreak: 332

Total number of recovered: 322

No of deaths to date: 10

Mauritius remains in lockdown until 1st June 2020.

Partial resumption of activities as from Friday 15 May 2020, under strict sanitary conditions (wearing of mask and social distancing compulsory; public access to services by alphabetical order).



Update on Wednesday 06 May 2020

No new case registered during the past 48 hours

Total active cases is now only 2.


Update on Monday 04 May 2020

No new case registered during the past 24 hours

One more patient has recovered, so total number of remaining active cases is 3.



Update on Sunday 03 May 2020

No new case registered during the past 72 hours

Only 4 active cases remain

Total cases to date: 332




Update on Friday 01 May 2020 at 18hrs

No new case registered during the past 24 hours

Total number of active case is now 7

Total positive cases recorded to date: 332

Total recovered: 312

Lockdown extended till 1st June 2020

schools will resume on 1st August 2020

Partial resumption of economic activities as from 15 May 2020

List and modalities to be announced


Update on Wednesday 29 April 2020

No new case during the past 24 hours

Three patients have been discharged yesterday. the total number of active cases is now 13.

One patient passed away yesterday. Dr Bruno Cheong was under ventilator for some weeks.


Update on Tuesday 28 April 2020

No new positive case has been reported during the past 24 hours. The number of active cases is now 16.


Briefing on Monday 27 April 2020

Dr Zouberr Joomaye , spokesperson of the National Communication Committee on Covid-19, this afternoon announced that two more positive cases have been detected. They are both members of the police force, part of the ‘frontliners’ who have been undergoing massive testing since this morning. However, the good news is that three more Covid-19 patients have been declared as cured and allowed to go home.

This means that 302 persons have recovered so far and the number of active cases is now only 20.  One of them is in a critical state. The total number of positive cases registered in Mauritius is 334.

219 persons are still in quarantine (including 29 Mauritian passengers who arrived from France recently).

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