13 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed on the Isle of Wight so far this month.
Official data from Public Health England shows that to date, 446 cases have been identified on the Island to date with 13 of those confirmed between 1st and 11th September.
Figures released today (Tuesday) show that 1 new case was listed on 9th September, followed by another 2 on 11th September.
It’s not all bad news though… it’s been said that there are currently no patients being treated for COVID-19 at St Mary’s Hospital, despite the recent spike in cases. This is positive news for the Island as it means the 13 recent cases are mild and do not require hospitalisation.