Having registered a record 20 Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, The Gambia continues to see a surge with 14 new ones yesterday.
The country now has 146 confirmed cases with 78 active cases.
According to the health ministry, 85% of the new cases had no recent travel history and no known contact with an imported Covid-19 patient, stressing the existence of community transmission.
All the new cases are staff of the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital and Medicare Clinic, except one, a retired civil servant who returned from Morocco.
Ten new persons were newly taken into quarantine, making it 632 people with 7 probable cases.