The British Virgin Islands now has 18 active cases of COVID-19, including one on Anegada that has been without a reported case of the virus for several months.
This is according to information issued from the Government Information Service earlier today, Sunday, April 4.
The update informed that there are now 14 cases on Tortola, three on boats, and the 18th case is on Anegada, the furthest island in the Territory.
There are no active recorded cases on Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke.
It added that all the cases are community asymptomatic.
To date, there have been 32,623 samples from 31,514 persons tested at the Dr. D. Orlando Smith Laboratory.
The last update, which was given on March 28, showed the Territory had a collective sum of 9 active cases.