The number of known covid cases has fallen to 515 in the past week - but four more islanders with the virus have passed away.
According to statistics released by Government this evening, there have been 337 new cases officially recorded and 584 people have recovered since 29 December.
Six people are in hospital with the illness, compared to 20 last week.
There are 14 cases in care homes - a reduction of two on the previous week.
There are currently 6 active cases in the hospital, 14 in care homes, 515 in the island. Since 29/12 there've been 337 new cases and 584 people have recovered.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) January 5, 2023
Today's figures include the registered deaths of 4 Islanders. Our condolences and thoughts are with family and friends. pic.twitter.com/mbA0b895CF
The Government offered its "condolences and thoughts" to the family and friends of the four islanders who had passed away.
It follows a spike in late December, when the number of known active infections topped 1,000 for the first time since July.
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