The number of recorded covid cases has dropped to 282 - but four more islanders with the illness have died.
This time last week, there were 515 cases, with six people in hospital and 14 in care homes.
According to statistics released by Government tonight, there have been 198 new cases recorded, while 430 people have recovered since 5 January.
There are 10 active cases in hospital and 12 in care homes.
There are currently 10 active cases in the hospital, 13 in care homes, 282 in the island. Since 5 Jan, there've been 198 new cases & 430 people have recovered.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) January 12, 2023
Today's figures include the registered deaths of 4 Islanders. Our condolences and thoughts are with family and friends. pic.twitter.com/rq9PmIm7Wt
The Government shared its "condolences and thoughts" with the family and friends of the four people who had sadly died.
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