290 Active Cases: Hospitalizations, Age Groups

September 6, 2021

As of the most recent statistics, the island currently has 290 active Covid-19 cases and unfortunately seven people are in hospital.

According to data provided by the Health Ministry, the average age of all active cases is 38 years, and 45% are male. As far as hospitalizations, the average age is 56 years, 57% are male and the charts provided by the Health Ministry indicate that four people are in the 60 – 79 age group, one person is in the 40 – 59 age group, and two people are in the 20- 39 age group.

active cases by age group sept 3 2021

hospital by age group sept 3 2021

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You can find more information on the links below from our dedicated website BermudaCovid.com, which is the most comprehensive resource and historic record available of Bermuda’s handling of the pandemic.

  • All Charts: Vaccine, testing & more here
  • Timelines: Dates of major developments here
  • Test results: Chart of testing stats here
  • Vaccine: Data covering vaccinations here
  • Dedicated website: BermudaCovid.com

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  1. Vigilante says:

    What is the vaccination status of the various groups, please, especially the hospitalized? This information would be helpful to those who have yet to choose to vaccinate. There is no privacy issue as no names are mentioned. If the Govt can state there are seven in hospital, of which one is in the ICU, then releasing the vaccination status would seem an easy extra…

  2. LOL (oiginal) says:

    78 percent population vacced in Isreal and wrost break though cases in the world.

    Isreal is the study to look at.

  3. pink buoy says:

    Recently read a GP’s comment on social media stating that the hospitalized stats are skewed, in that every admission is tested for Covid, but patients are being admitted for something else, testing positive with minimal symptoms, and then listed as a Covid hospitalization, which is not what they went in for.