Sint Maarten: CoronaVirus Meter

77
Cases
59
Recovered
1
Critical
15
Deaths
3
Active
1798
Cases/Mn
350
Deaths/Mn
329
Tests
7673
Tests/Mn
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Total coronavirus cases graph of Sint Maarten

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Sint Maarten

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Sint Maarten Mobility Trend

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Avg Mobility Trend Vs. COVID19 Cases

According to the Mobility trend in since the outbreak of COVID19, an average of NAN% change in mobility has been observed in residential areas and an average of NAN% change in mobility in non residential activities such as retails, parks, driving, etc.

The Average Mobility trend is an average of multiple Mobility datasets presented by location and highlights the percentage change(from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, parks etc and mobility activities like walking and driving within a geographic area. The raw data is derived from Google and Apple.

Categorised Mobility Trends

Each category of mobility trend represents the change of percentage (from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, pharmacy, parks and mobility activities like walking & driving. The data representing Walking and driving trends are dericed from are Apple and rest of the data such as visits to park, grocery, pharma etc has been derived from Google.

Sint Maarten has so far made 329 tests of which 77 cases have been tested positive. Of the 77 confirmed cases 15 deaths have been recorded, 59 are recovered, 1 are critical and 3 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Sint Maarten has seen 1798 cases per million, 350 deaths per million and done 7673 tests per million.

World Coronavirus cases Timeline

Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Sint Maarten

FACTBOX-Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 5.15 million, death toll tops 333,700
2d | Thomson Reuters Foundation

More than 5.15 million people have been reported to have been infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 333,702 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported in more than ...

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List 2/3 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic | Charlotte Observer
12d In Depth | Charlotte Observer

Part 2 of 3 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

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FACTBOX-Worldwide coronavirus cases pass 4.56 million, death toll crosses 306,000
8d | Thomson Reuters Foundation

More than 4.56 million people have been reported to have been infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 306,221 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported in more than ...

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Belgium begins new drug trials on 50 Covid-19 patients
4d | The Brussels Times

A clinical trial for a drug with the potential to treat one of the symptoms of the illness caused by the new coronavirus ...

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Another coronavirus record-breaker: World’s shortest airline routes
6d | KRDO

The coronavirus pandemic has been the most financially disastrous force in the century-old history of commercial air travel.

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Coronavirus: EU coordinates assistance to alleviate medical stock shortages on Dutch Caribbean islands
1mon | ReliefWeb

Following a request for assistance via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic ... Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten. Some of the assistance ...

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Are female leaders more successful at managing the coronavirus crisis?
29d | The Guardian

Female leaders around the globe, from left: Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen; New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern; the German chancellor, Angela Merkel; Denmark’s prime minister ...

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Here’s how female politicians have led the battle against coronavirus
29d | Geo News

In the global battle against the coronavirus, a few female leaders have ... The publication also praised Prime Minister of Sint Maarten Silveria Jacobs, who took on the challenge with foresightedness.

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FACTBOX-Worldwide coronavirus cases pass 4.22 million, death toll over 285,900
12d | Thomson Reuters Foundation

More than 4.22 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 285,952 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported in more than 210 ...

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Why do female leaders seem to be more successful at managing the coronavirus crisis?
29d | MSN

On 1 April, the prime minister of Sint Maarten addressed her nation’s 41,500 people. Coronavirus cases were rising, and Silveria Jacobs knew the small island country, which welcomes 500,000 ...

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FACTBOX-Worldwide coronavirus cases pass 4.13 million, death toll nears 282,000
13d | Thomson Reuters Foundation

More than 4.13 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 281,778 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported in more than 210 ...

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Here’s how female politicians have led the battle against coronavirus
29d | Geo News

In the global battle against the coronavirus, a few female leaders have ... The publication also praised Prime Minister of Sint Maarten Silveria Jacobs, who took on the challenge with foresightedness.

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Why do female leaders seem to be more successful at managing the coronavirus crisis?
29d | MSN

On 1 April, the prime minister of Sint Maarten addressed her nation’s 41,500 people. Coronavirus cases were rising, and Silveria Jacobs knew the small island country, which welcomes 500,000 ...

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Female world leaders hailed as voices of reason amid the coronavirus chaos
1mon | Seattle Times

Silveria Jacobs is not messing around. When coronavirus cases started increasing in the Caribbean nation of Sint Maarten, the 51-year-old prime minister delivered blunt instructions.

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Canadian man shot in Sint Maarten has died: Global Affairs
11mon | The Loop

A Canadian citizen who was shot in Sint Maarten has died in Florida, Global Affairs Canada confirms. “Canadian consular officials are in contact with local authorities in Florida and are ...

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