The objectives of this publication are:
• to provide statistics and display trends regarding the spread of the Novel
Coronavirus disease in Borrowing Member Countries of the Caribbean
Development Bank.
• to keep the general public informed regarding the evolution of relevant data
which have the potential to impact social and economic development in the

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Data Sources

  • Johns Hopkins University via Github.com
  • Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) and Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) COVID-19 Situation Reports
  • Worldometers website: https www.worldometers.info/coronavirus
  • Some data points might vary from national data due to delayed reporting

As of June 28, 2020


As of June 28, 2020


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