COVID-19 Update-May 13

Dear Colleagues,

Please keep sharing feedback, links and reports, especially those relevant to the Caribbean.


The IAA Sections/Institut des Actuaires Colloquium is underway!

To view the entire programme and to register click here.

View compelling discussions and fulfil your CPD!

Tomorrow morning at 07:00 EDT ( you can check your time zone here) , IACA’s Diversity Session will be broadcast live! See the CAA’s Cathy Lyn and other prominent actuaries speak!

FOR ACTUVIEW ACCESS to presentations, videos, papers, etc., please contact the CAA Secretariat ( caa.secretariat@gmail.com) for an access code.


I have added an update on the Stringency Index. Of significance is that Dominica has had a small decline and Bermuda a large one. You can go to ourworldindata.org for further information and details.

  COVID-19 – Stringency Index
May 9thMay 13th
Dominican Republic98.0298.02
Bermuda94.7169.04
Guyana93.3893.38
Trinidad and Tobago93.3893.38
Aruba91.9391.93
Barbados90.4790.47
Suriname81.09
Dominica88.8983.60
Jamaica85.3185.31
Cuba83.0783.07
Belize73.4273.42
Source: ourworldindata.org

I am open to suggestions that are useful and easily managed on a daily basis.

Here is the current COVID-19 data for the Caribbean. Source: local health ministries and/or Worldometer.

Covid 19 data as at May 12th

Remember to check the Resources page on our website for key links.

Thank you.

Shubhash Gosine

The information on this page does not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of the CAA. Data included in graphs has been obtained from several sources the accuracy of which cannot be guaranteed by the CAA. The CAA assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of content contained in any linked site.

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