Jamaica has recorded two additional COVID-19 related deaths and 140 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,323.

In a statement, the Health and Wellness Ministry said the latest fatalities are a 77-year-old woman and a 61-year-old man, both from St Catherine.

It says both of them had co-morbidities, including diabetes, hypertension, renal disease and high cholesterol.

According to the Health and Wellness Ministry, the ages of the persons included in the newly confirmed cases range from two to 90-years.

Thirty-nine of them are from the Corporate Area, 37 from St Catherine, 28 from Manchester, sixteen from St James, and the others are from other parishes.

It says all 140 cases are under investigation.

The Ministry says of the total number of recorded cases, 459 were imported, 676 are contacts of confirmed cases, 236 are related to the work place cluster in St Catherine and 2-hundred and 43 are local transmission cases not epidemiologically  linked.