Confirmed Cases In Bermuda Remains At 37

April 5, 2020 | 5 Comments

Five additional test results were received today, all of which were negative for Covid-19, so the confirmed positive cases in Bermuda remains at 37, with 14 people having recovered, while six people are hospitalized.

A Government spokesperson said, “Five additional test results were received today, all of which were negative for COVID-19. This means that the confirmed positive cases in Bermuda remains at 37.

“Out of the 37 total cases, 14 people have recovered. There are six people who are hospitalized, all in stable condition. There are 17 active cases under active public health monitoring.

“The average age of the confirmed positive cases is 47 years old, the median age is 45, the age range is 18 – 83 years old and the average age of those hospitalized is 74 years old. There are 22 males and 15 females.

“A review of our overall testing numbers, shows that out of the 298 tests that were conducted, 37 are positive, and 232 were negative and 29 are pending results.

“As of today, there are 76 persons who are under self-quarantine with public health supervision.

“The updated Social Distancing and Closure Schedule has been published on coronavirus.gov.bm in accordance with the Emergency Powers [COVID-19 Shelter in Place] Regulations 2020.”

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Officials are urging everyone to please follow all guidance like washing your hands, adhering to self quarantine if relevant, and practicing social distancing, and they have asked that if it is not urgent, a necessity or work, to please stay home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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  1. Real Deal says:

    Excellent

  2. campervan says:

    Keep that social distancing folks, we can beat this thing before it gains real traction. Well done people, stay strong and take care of one another.

    • I agree, kutos to de Govt. for being proactive even though some dont agree.

    • frank says:

      there should be no deliveries not even groceries
      even grocery stores should have hours reduced
      the object is to have people to stay home
      2 guys on a bike yesterday no knapsack and no groceries
      so what are they on the road for
      people stop playing this virus is no joke
      stay home in your own residence

  3. Lone_Wolf says:

    I must admit, I’m starting to be impressed. Like many, I had my concerns of how many were wandering around in public, infected and spreading without knowing it.

    But the numbers don’t lie and the positives been hovering in the mid thirties for awhile now. Maybe we did catch and stop it in time?

    We should know for sure at the end of these two weeks so let’s all just do what we have to do and get it over with please.

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