Samoa Covid Update: Low Number of Cases Recorded Over Seven Day Period


Thursday 21 July 2022, Apia Samoa. The latest seven day rolling average report on the status of the COVID 19 in Samoa from the Ministry of Health confirmed 62 new positive cases registered over the last seven days commencing from 2:00pm of 10th July, to 2pm 17th July, 2022.

This taking the cumulative number of COVID-19 positive cases (community/border) to 15,183.

Of this number, 15,029 are community cases, and 154 are border cases since March 2020.

Currently there are 2 cases in managed isolation at Moto’otua Hospital and none at the ICU.

The Ministry continues to urge members of the public to remain vigilant and adhere to public health advice by continuing to wear facial masks, complying with social distancing, stay home if one feels unwell, and maintaining good personal hygiene at all times.

Eligible members of the public are reminded to visit a nearest hospital to do their first or second dose of the vaccine, as well as a booster if these have not been done. Vaccination remains our best defense against the virus.

COVID-19 Situation Summary prepared by the Ministry of Health as at 2:00pm Local Time July 10th to 2:00pm July 17th, 2022 is provided in the table below:

Covid-19 community cases by district.