Bermuda identifies two more cases of COVID-19, takes total to 37
Bermuda received test results for 30 patients over the weekend, with two returned positive, taking the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 to 37.
Both the additional cases were confirmed on Saturday, April 4. Both new cases are hospitalised and are under investigation to determine if there is a contact or travel history.
Of Bermuda’s 37 total cases, 22 are male and 15 are female. A total of 14 people have recovered from the virus, while six remain hospitalised, with all in a stable condition. There are 17 active cases under active public health monitoring.
The average age of the confirmed positive cases is 47 years old, with patients ranging from 18 to 83 years of age. The average age of those that have been hospitalised is 74 years old.
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.
As of Sunday there were 439 people under self-quarantine with public health supervision in Bermuda. Members of the public in indoor public places are advised to use cloth and homemade face masks to protect others from possible infection.