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Ministry of Health Update – August 11th, 2020:
FORTY FOUR (44) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty-four (44) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to nine hundred eighty-nine (989).

There are four hundred forty-six (446) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, four hundred thirty-eight (438) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, forty-five (45) confirmed cases in Bimini, thirty (30) confirmed cases in Abaco, twelve (12) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Exuma, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, one (1) confirmed case in Eleuthera, one (1) confirmed case in Inagua, and nine (9) other cases pending.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence – 26
Grand Bahama – 10
Abaco – 2
Inagua – 1
Pending – 5

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Dashboard - 11th August, 2020

Ministry of Health Update – August 10th, 2020:
FORTY-SEVEN (47) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty-seven (47) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to nine hundred forty-five (945).

There are four hundred twenty-eight (428) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, four hundred twenty (420) confirmed cases in New Providence, forty-five (45) confirmed cases in Bimini, twenty-eight (28) confirmed cases in Abaco, twelve (12) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Exuma, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, one (1) confirmed case in Eleuthera, and four (4) other cases pending.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
Grand Bahama – 39
New Providence – 3
Exuma – 1
Pending – 4

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The 9th August 2020 Edition of the Dashboard reported an additional death. This individual is a thirty-four (34) year old male of New Providence who passed away on 6th August 2020. Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death. The death toll now stands at fifteen (15).

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 9th, 2020:
TWENTY (20) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty (20) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eight hundred ninety-eight (898).  One (1) new death was also reported, bringing the total number of deaths to (15) fifteen.

There are four hundred seventeen (417) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, three hundred eighty-nine (389) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, forty-five (45) confirmed cases in Bimini, twenty-eight (28) confirmed cases in Abaco, twelve (12) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Eleuthera.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
Grand Bahama – 15
New Providence – 5

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 8th, 2020:
FORTY-EIGHT (48) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty-eight (48) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eight hundred seventy-eight (878).

There are four hundred twelve (412) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, three hundred seventy-four (374) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, forty-five (45) confirmed cases in Bimini, twenty-eight (28) confirmed cases in Abaco, twelve (12) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Eleuthera.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:

Island # of Cases
New Providence – 33
Grand Bahama – 7
Bimini – 5
Berry Islands – 2
Eleuthera – 1

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– maintain a physical distance of 6 feet from others;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remote controls, counters, doorknobs, and keyboards

Please do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 7th, 2020:
AMENDMENT OF THE COVID-19 BAHAMAS DASHBOARD AND SIXTY-NINE (69) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health advises the public that the dashboard has been amended to feature COVID-19 confirmed cases in The Bahamas by island.

Currently, the dashboard highlights COVID-19 confirmed cases by island and cays. By popular demand, the dashboard will now only show COVID-19 confirmed cases that incorporate the mainland and its associated cays.

Therefore, the Ministry of Health confirms today that there are sixty-nine (69) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eight hundred thirty (830).

There are three hundred seventy-nine (379) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, three hundred sixty-seven (367) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, forty (40) confirmed cases in Bimini, twenty-eight (28) confirmed cases in Abaco, ten (10) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island and three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence 30
Grand Bahama 31
Abaco 7
Berry Island 1

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 6th, 2020:
TEN (10) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are ten (10) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven hundred sixty-one (761).

There are three hundred forty-nine (349) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, three hundred thirty-six (336) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirty-four (34) confirmed cases in Bimini, ten (10) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, nine (9) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, six (6) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and two (2) confirmed cases in Abaco.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence – 7
Bimini – 2
Abaco – 1

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 5th, 2020:
Another THIRTY-SIX (36) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are thirty-six (36) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven hundred fifty-one (751).

There are three hundred forty-two (342) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, three hundred thirty-six (336) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirty-two (32) confirmed cases in Bimini, ten (10) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, nine (9) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, six (6) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence – 30
Grand Bahama – 6

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 4th, 2020:
THIRTY-SIX (36) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are thirty-six (36) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven hundred fifteen (715).

There are three hundred thirty (330) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, three hundred twelve (312) confirmed cases in New Providence, thirty-two (32) confirmed cases in Bimini, ten (10) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, nine (9) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, six (6) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence – 20
Grand Bahama – 11
Bimini – 3
Berry Islands – 2

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – August 3rd, 2020:
THIRTY-ONE (31) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are thirty-one (31) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to six hundred seventy-nine (679).  There are three hundred twenty (320) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, two hundred ninety-one (291) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-nine (29) confirmed cases in Bimini, ten (10) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, seven (7) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, six (6) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
Grand Bahama 22
New Providence 9

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – August 2nd, 2020:
FORTY-NINE (49) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty-nine (49) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to six hundred forty-eight (648).

There are two hundred ninety-eight (298) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, two hundred eighty-two (282) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-nine (29) confirmed cases in Bimini, ten (10) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, seven (7) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, six (6) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The breakdown of the new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
New Providence – 27
Grand Bahama -10
Bimini – 8
Cat Cay – 2
Moore’s Island – 1
Berry Island – 1

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – August 1st, 2020:
TWENTY-FIVE (25) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty-five (25) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to five hundred ninety-nine (599).

The public is advised that the breakdown of new cases for each island was unable to be produced up to the time of this report due to Hurricane Isaias. A complete report will be provided in the 2nd August, 2020 Edition of the Ministry of Health’s Dashboard and Update #115.


Ministry of Health Update – July 31st, 2020:

SIXTY-SIX (66) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are sixty-six (66) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to five hundred seventy-four (574).

There are two hundred eighty-six (286) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, two hundred thirty-two (232) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, nine (9) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The breakdown of new cases for each island is as follows:
Island # of Cases
Grand Bahama 39
New Providence 27

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – July 30th, 2020:
TWENTY-FOUR (24) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES
Death toll now at fourteen (14)

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty-four (24) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to five hundred eight (508). There are two hundred forty-seven (247) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, two hundred five (205) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, nine (9) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) confirmed case in Abaco.

The following cases are residents of New Providence:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 20
485 27 Female
486 56 Male
487 54 Male
488 41 Male
489 36 Female
490 9 Female
491 42 Male
492 43 Male
493 63 Male
494 30 Female
495 80 Female
496 37 Female
497 51 Male
498 42 Male
499 45 Male
500 47 Male
501 25 Female
502 32 Female
503 43 Male
504 28 Female

The following cases are residents of Grand Bahama:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 4
505 44 Female
506 68 Male
507 51 Male
508 29 Male

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Additionally, three (3) deaths have been confirmed today as COVID-19 related. More information will be provided on 31st July, 2020, at the Ministry of Health’s Press Conference at 3:00p.m. This increases the death toll to fourteen (14).

 

Ministry of Health Update – July 29th, 2020:
THIRTY-SEVEN (37) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are thirty-seven (37) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to four hundred eighty-four (484).  There are two hundred forty-three (243) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred eighty-five (185) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, nine (9) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one confirmed case in Abaco.

The following cases are residents of New Providence:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 5
448 35 Female
449 45 Male
450 31 Female
451 38 Male
452 43 Male

The following cases are residents of Grand Bahama:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 32
453 57 Male
454 16 Female
455 34 Female
456 44 Female
457 24 Male
458 45 Female
459 23 Male
460 31 Female
461 31 Male
462 50 Female
463 23 Female
464 45 Female
465 42 Male
466 18 Male
467 40 Female
468 48 Male
469 30 Female
470 20 Male
471 22 Male
472 17 Male
473 47 Female
474 35 Female
475 26 Female
476 20 Female
477 50 Male
478 20 Female
479 14 Female
480 40 Male
481 37 Female
482 63 Female
483 44 Female
484 43 Female

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current
COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 28th, 2020:
SIXTY-FIVE (65) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are sixty-five (65) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to four hundred forty-seven (447).

There are two hundred eleven (211) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred eighty (180) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, nine (9) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, nine (9) confirmed cases in Great Guana Cay, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one confirmed case in Abaco.

The case breakdown for each island is as follows:

Island # of Cases
New Providence 29
Grand Bahama 21
Guana Cay 8
Moore’s Island 6
Abaco 1

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current
COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 27th, 2020:
FORTY (40) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty (40) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to three hundred eighty-two (382).

There are one hundred ninety (190) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred fifty-one (151) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Exuma, and one (1) case in Great Guana Cay.

The following cases are residents of Grand Bahama:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 21
343 37 Male
344 24 Male
345 24 Male
346 41 Male
347 30 Female
348 49 Male
349 38 Male
369 18 Female
370 31 Female
371 21 Male
372 44 Male
373 45 Female
374 49 Female
375 57 Male
376 26 Male
377 24 Female
378 48 Female
379 25 Female
380 32 Male
381 30 Male
382 24 Female

The following cases are residents of Exuma:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 2
350 42 Male
351 42 Female

The following cases are residents of New Providence:
Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 16
352 28 Female
353 56 Male
354 38 Male
355 31 Female
356 30 Female
357 56 Male
358 44 Female
359 26 Female
360 45 Female
361 59 Male
362 74 Male
363 32 Male
364 Pending Male
365 40 Female
366 64 Female
367 58 Female

The following cases are residents of Cat Island:

Case # Age Sex
Total Number of Cases: 1
368 51 Female

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current
COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 26th, 2020:
SIXTEEN (16) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES
Exuma joins the list of islands with confirmed cases.

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are sixteen (16) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to three hundred forty-two (342).

There are one hundred sixty-nine (169) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred thirty-five (135) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island, and one (1) case in Great Guana Cay and one (1) confirmed case in Exuma.

The following cases are residents of New Providence:
Case # Age Sex
330 72 Female
331 88 Female
332 27 Female
340 29 Female
341 72 Male

The following cases are residents of Grand Bahama:
Case # Age Sex
327 21 Female
328 21 Male
329 19 Male
334 48 Male
335 41 Male
336 39 Female
337 44 Male
338 29 Male
339 42 Male
342 31 Male

The following case is a resident of Exuma:
Case # Age Sex
333 27 Female

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Dashboard - 26th July, 2020

Ministry of Health Update – July 25th, 2020:
TEN (10) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are ten (10) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to three hundred twenty-six (326).

There are one hundred fifty-nine (159) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred thirty (130) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island, and one (1) case in Great Guana Cay (Baker’s Bay).

The following cases are residents of New Providence:
Case # Age Sex
317 26 Male
318 49 Male
319 49 Male
320 41 Male
321 46 Female
322 31 Female

The following cases are residents of Grand Bahama:
Case # Age Sex
323 31 Female
324 56 Male
325 30 Male
326 42 Male

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – July 24th, 2020:
FORTY-TWO (42) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are forty-two (42) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to three hundred sixteen (316). There are one hundred fifty-five (155) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, one hundred twenty-four (124) confirmed cases in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, six (6) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, three (3) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island, and one (1) case in Great Guana Cay.

The case breakdown per island is as follows:
Island – # of Cases
New Providence – 5
Grand Bahama – 35
Berry Islands – 2

Investigations are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 23rd, 2020:

FIFTY-FIVE (55) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are fifty-five (55) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to two hundred seventy-four (274). There have been one hundred nineteen (119) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, one hundred twenty (120) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Bimini, four (4) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, four (4) confirmed cases in Cat Cay, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island, three (3) confirmed cases in Moore’s Island and one (1) case in Guana Cay (this number is reflected in Moore’s Island on the dashboard).

The following Cases are residents of New Providence.
Case # Age Sex
223 – 56 – Male
224 – 84 – Male
225 – 59 – Female
230 – 23 – Female
270 – 40 – Female

The following Cases are residents of Grand Bahama.
Case # Age Sex
226 – 31 – Male
227 – 17 – Female
228 – 38 – Male
229 – 31 – Male
231 – 70 – Female
232 – 40 – Male
233 – 48 – Female
234 – 67 – Female
235 – 70 – Female
236 – 54 – Female
237 – 36 – Female
238 – 45 – Male
239 – 53 – Male
240 – 59 – Male
241 – 44 – Male
242 – 77 – Male
243 – 62 – Male
244 – 46 – Male
245 – 31 – Female
246 – 52 – Male
247 – 33 – Female
248 – 58 – Female
249 – 42 – Male
250 – 70 – Male
251 – 50 – Male
252 – ?  – Female
253 – 56 – Female
254 – 65 – Male
255 – 39 – Male
256 – 47 – Female
257 – 54 – Female
258 – 54 – Female
259 – 51 – Female
260 – 42 – Male
261 – 26 – Female
262 – 25 – Female
263 – 34 – Female
264 – 48 – Male
265 – 54 – Female

The following Cases are residents of Cat Cay.
Case # Age Sex
220 – 55 – Female
221 – 46 – Male
222 – 26 – Female

The following Cases are residents of Bimini.
Case # Age Sex
266 – 32 – Female
267 – 48 – Male
268 – 30 – Female
269 – 18 – Female

The following Cases are residents of Moore’s Island.
Case # Age Sex
271 – 51 – Female
272 – 44 – Male
273 – 76 – Male

The following Case is residing in Great Guana Cay.
Case # Age Sex
274 – 55 – Male

Further details of these cases were unable to be confirmed at the time of the release of this report. Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of details will be published at a later date.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 


Ministry of Health Update – July 22nd, 2020:
TWENTY-FIVE (25) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty-five (25) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to two hundred nineteen (219). There have been one hundred fourteen (114) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, eighty-one (81) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, seventeen (17) confirmed cases in Bimini, four (4) confirmed cases in the Berry Islands, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

Cases #195 – #200 are residents of New Providence.
– Case #195 is a forty-nine (49) year old female; and
– Case #196 is a thirty-nine (39) year old female.
Further information on Cases #197 – #200 is pending.

Cases #201 – #213 are residents of Grand Bahama.
– Case #201 is a forty-three (43) year old female;
– Case # 202 is an eleven (11) year old female;
– Case #203 is a forty-four (44) year old female;
– Case #204 is a thirty-one (31) year old female; and
– Case #205 is a forty-one (41) year old male.
Further information on Cases #206 – #213 is pending.

Cases #214 – #217 are residents of the Berry Islands.
– Case #214 is a twenty (20) year old male;
– Case #215 is a seventy-nine (79) year old female;
– Case #216 is a forty-nine (49) year old female; and
– Case #217 is a thirty-nine (39) year old female.

Cases #218 and #219 are residents of Bimini.
– Case #218 is a thirty (30) year old female;
– Case #219 is a thirty-four (34) year old female.

Further details of these cases were unable to be confirmed at the time of the release of this report. Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of details will be published at a later date. Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

 


Ministry of Health Update – July 21st, 2020:
TWENTY (20) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty (20) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred ninety-four (194). There have been one hundred and seven (107) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, sixty-nine (69) confirmed

cases in Grand Bahama, fifteen (15) confirmed cases in Bimini, two (2) confirmed cases in Cat Island and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

The public is advised that Cases #175 – #178 and Cases #181 – #182 are residents of New Providence. Cases #179 and #180 are residents of Cat Island. Cases #183 and #184 are residents of Bimini and #185 – #194 are residents of Grand Bahama.

Further details of these cases were unable to be confirmed at the time of the release of this report. Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of details will be published at a later date.

Notably, one of the positive cases on Tuesday was confirmed to be a member of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.  The individual has been admitted for medical care and the Force’s Medical Team is currently conducting intensive contact tracing to confirm other members who may have been exposed and recommended for self-quarantine.

Additionally, six of Tuesday’s confirmed cases are hospitalized, bringing the total number of cases in hospital to ten (10).

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remotes controls, counters, doorknobs, and keyboards.

Please do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ministry of Health Update – July 20th, 2020:
TWENTY-ONE (21) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are twenty-one (21) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred seventy-four (174). There have been one hundred and one (101) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, fifty-nine (59) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirteen (13) confirmed cases in Bimini, and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

The public is advised that Case #154 is a resident of New Providence and Cases #155 – #174 are residents of Grand Bahama.

Further details of the twenty-one (21) additional cases were unable to be confirmed at the time of the release of this report. Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of details will be published at a later date.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

 

Ministry of Health Update – July 19th, 2020:
FIFTEEN (15) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are fifteen (15) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred fifty-three (153). There have been one hundred (100) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, thirty-nine (39) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirteen (13) confirmed cases in Bimini, and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #139 is a fifty-three (53) year old male of New Providence with a history of travel. This case is in isolation at home;
– Case #140 is a twenty-nine (29) year old male of New Providence with a history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home;
– Case #141 is a fifty-eight (58) year old female of New Providence with a history of travel. This case too is in isolation at home;
– Case #142 is a forty (40) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case remains in isolation at home.
– Case #143 is a thirty (30) year old female of Grand Bahama.
– Case #144 is a thirty-eight (38) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #145 is a thirty-one (31) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #146 is seventeen (17) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #147 is fifty (50) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #148 is a thirty-three (33) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #149 is a thirty (30) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #150 is a fifty-four (54) year old female of Grand Bahama.
– Case #151 is a forty-six (46) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #152 is a seventy-one (71) year old male of Grand Bahama.
– Case #153 is a forty-one (41) year old female of Grand Bahama.

Travel details and the condition of Cases #143 – #153 were unable to be confirmed at the time of the release of this report. Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of pending details will be published at a later date. Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 18th, 2020:
NINE (9) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are nine (9) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred thirty-eight (138). There have been ninety-six (96) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, twenty-eight (28) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirteen (13) confirmed cases in Bimini, and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #130 is a thirty (30) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home;
– Case #131 is a fifty-five (55) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized;
– Case #132 is a forty-seven (47) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home;
– Case #133 is a forty-seven (47) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home;
– Case #134 is a fifty-four (54) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case too is in isolation at home;
– Case #135 is a thirty-six (36) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.
– Case #136 is a fifty-three (53) year old male of New Providence with a history of travel. This case remains is in isolation at home;
– Case #137 is forty-five (45) year old male of Grand Bahama with a history of travel. This case is hospitalized; and
– Case #138 is forty-two (42) year old male of Grand Bahama. Travel details are pending. However, this case is in isolation at home.

Investigations are ongoing, and a complete update of pending details will be published at a later date. Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 17th, 2020:
Five (5) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are five (5) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred twenty-nine (129). There have been ninety-four (94) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Providence, twenty-one (21) confirmed cases in Grand Bahama, thirteen (13) confirmed cases in Bimini, and one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #125 is a thirty-seven (37) year old male of Inagua with a history of travel. This case is in isolation at home;
– Case #126 is a sixty-four (64) year old male of Inagua with a history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home;
– Case #127 is a twenty-nine (29) year old female of New Providence. This case too is in isolation at home. Travel details are pending.
– Case #128 is a thirty-four (34) year old female of New Providence. This case is also in isolation at home. Travel details too are pending.
– Case #129 is a fifty (50) year old female of New Providence. This case remains in isolation at home. Travel details are also pending.

Investigations are in preliminary stages, and a complete update will be published at a later date.  Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.


Ministry of Health Update – July 16th, 2020:
FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are five (5) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred twenty-four (124). There have been twenty-one (21) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-nine (89) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #120 is a forty-five (45) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home;
– Case #121 is a forty-three (43) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home;
– Case #122 is an eighty-four (84) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case too is in isolation at home;
– Case #123 is a seventy-three (73) year old male of New Providence with a history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home; and
– Case #124 is a twenty-seven (27) year old female of New Providence with a history of travel. This case remains in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 15th, 2020:
THREE (3) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred nineteen (119). There have been eighteen (18) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-seven (87) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #117 is a fifty-seven (57) year old female of New Providence with a history of travel. This case is hospitalized.
– Case #118 is a fifty-one (51) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home; and
– Case #119 is a twenty-nine (29) year old female of New Providence with a history of travel. This case also remains in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remotes controls, counters, doorknobs, and keyboards.

Do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ministry of Health Update – July 14th, 2020:
THREE (3) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred sixteen (116). There have been eighteen (18) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-four (84) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #114 is a twenty-five (25) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case remains in isolation at home.
– Case #115 is a fifty-two (52) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is currently in hospital; and
– Case #116 is a thirty-nine (39) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case also remains in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – July 13th, 2020:
TWO (2) ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred thirteen (113). There have been sixteen (16) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-three (83) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #112 is a thirty-three (33) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #113 is a fifty-two (52) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

AMENDMENT TO THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH DASHBOARD – July 13th, 2020:

“The Ministry of Health advises the public that the dashboard has been amended to include a tab for “Non-COVID related deaths.”

There were two (2) individuals who were previously confirmed to have COVID-19 who passed away.  A review was completed with local and international personnel who confirmed that the deaths were not due to COVID-19.

Therefore, the dashboard will now feature the tab “Non-COVID Related Deaths” to classify a patient that was diagnosed with COVID-19, but the cause of death was not due to COVID-19.

The Ministry of Health once again offers heartfelt condolences to all families whose loved ones have passed away because of COVID-19. Best wishes for strength and recovery for all persons living with the impact of COVID-19.

Throughout this pandemic, our teams have been working tirelessly to ensure that our population remains protected. As we learn more about COVID-19, we will continue to make the necessary adjustments and keep the public informed.”

Ministry of Health Update – July 11th, 2020:

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred eleven (111). There have been fourteen (14) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-three (83) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #109 – a sixteen (16) year old female of Grand Bahama with a history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #110 – a forty-seven (47) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.
– Case #111 – a thirty-nine (39) year old female of Grand Bahama with a history of travel. This case too is in isolation at home.
Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remotes controls, countertops, doorknobs, and keyboards.

Please do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ministry of Health Update – July 9th, 2020:

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred and seven (107). There have been eleven (11) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-two (82) confirmed
cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases onthe island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #107, a twenty-seven (27) year old male of Grand Bahama with no history of travel.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remotes controls, counters, doorknobs, and keyboards.

Ministry of Health Update – July 8th, 2020:

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred and six (106). There have been ten (10) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighty-two (82) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #105 is a thirty-three (33) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #106 is a twenty (20) year old male undocumented migrant in Grand Bahama. This case is also in isolation.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The public is reminded to practice the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
– wear a face mask when you leave home;
– wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol;
– cover your cough or sneeze in your inner elbow or with a tissue; and
– clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, remotes controls, counters, doorknobs, and keyboards.

Please do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ministry of Health Update – May 23rd, 2020:

THREE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #75

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to one hundred (100). There have been eight (8) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, seventy-eight (78) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #98 is an eight (8) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #99 is a twenty-five (25) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.
– Case #100 is a twenty-seven (27) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case also remains in isolation at home.

Investigations of these new cases are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The Ministry of Health wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – May 20th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #73

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to ninety-seven (97). There have been eight (8) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, seventy-five (75) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #97, a fifty (50) year old male from New Providence, with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Persons violating the quarantine protocols could face a twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) fine or up to five (5) years imprisonment.

Ministry of Health Update – May 14th, 2020:

TWO ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #70

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to ninety-six (96). There have been eight (8) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, seventy-four (74) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and thirteen (13) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #95 is a twenty-six (26) year old female from Bimini with a history of travel. This case is in the Government Isolation Facility.
– Case #96 is a thirty-nine (39) year old female from Bimini, with no history of travel. This case is also in the Government Isolation Facility.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Persons violating the quarantine protocols could face a twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) fine or up to five (5) years imprisonment.

Ministry of Health Update – May 6th, 2020:

THREE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #64

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to ninety-two (92). There have been eight (8) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, seventy-two (72) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eleven (11) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #90 is a thirty-six (36) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #91 is a twenty-six (26) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #92 is a fifty-four (54) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Persons violating the quarantine protocols could face a twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) fine or up to five (5) years imprisonment.

Ministry of Health Update – May 4th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #62

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eighty-four (84). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-eight (68) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eight (8) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #84, a sixty (60) year old male from New Providence, with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Persons violating the quarantine protocols could face a twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) fine or up to five (5) years imprisonment.

Ministry of Health Update – May 2nd, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #61

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eighty-three (83). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-seven (67) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eight (8) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #83, a forty-nine (49) year old female from New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 30th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #56

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eighty-one (81). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-five (65) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eight (8) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #81 a 29 year old female from New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Persons violating the quarantine protocols could face a twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) fine or up to five (5) years of imprisonment.

Ministry of Health Update – April 26th, 2020:

TWO ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #55

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to eighty (80). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-four (64) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eight (8) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #79 is a forty-nine (49) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #80 is a twenty-three (23) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 25th, 2020:

FIVE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #54

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are five (5) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seventy-eight (78). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-two (62) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and eight (8) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #74 is a fifteen (15) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #75 is a seventy-five (75) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #76 is a thirty-seven (37) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #77 is a forty-seven (47) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #78 is an eleven (11) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 23rd, 2020:

TWO ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES & TWO ADDITIONAL DEATHS – Update #51

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seventy-two (72). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, sixty-one (61) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and three (3) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #71 is a fifty (50) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #72 is a twenty-nine (29) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.

The Ministry of Health also confirms today the death of Case #60 a fifty-three (53) year old male and Case #64 a fifty-one (51) year old male both residents of New Providence with no history of travel. Investigations are being conducted into the details of these unfortunate deaths. This increases the death toll to eleven (11).

Ministry of Health Update – April 22nd, 2020:

FIVE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #50

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are five (5) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seventy (70). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, fifty-nine (59) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and three (3) confirmed cases on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #66 is a twenty-eight (28) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #67 is a thirty-three (33) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.
– Case #68 is a sixty-five (65) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case was hospitalized.
– Case #69 is a sixty-three (63) year old female resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is at the Government quarantine facility.
– Case #70 is a seventy-eight (78) year old male resident of Bimini with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 21st, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #49

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to sixty-five (65). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, fifty-six (56) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is a thirty-six (36) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.

Investigations of this new case are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

Ministry of Health Update – April 20th, 2020:

FOUR ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #49

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to sixty-four (64). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, fifty-five (55) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #61 is a fifty-six (56) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #62 is a sixty-six (66) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.
– Case #63 is a fifty-two (52) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also hospitalized; and
– Case #64 is a fifty-one (51) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case too is hospitalized.

Investigations of these new cases are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.
The general public is advised that two hundred and forty-seven persons (247) recently completed the recommended fourteen (14) days of quarantine, and have been released. Currently, the quarantine numbers tally to six hundred and fifty-one (651).

The Ministry of Health again wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 19th, 2020:

TWO ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #46

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to sixty (60). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, fifty-one (51) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #59 is a sixty-seven (67) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
– Case #60 is a fifty-three (53) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.

Investigations of these new cases are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The Ministry of Health wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 18th, 2020:

THREE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #44

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to fifty-eight (58). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, forty-nine (49) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
-Case #56 is a twenty-two (22) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in isolation at home.
-Case #57 is a thirty-seven (37) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also in isolation at home.
-Case #58 is a seventy (70) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case also remains in isolation at home.

Investigations of these new cases are ongoing, and health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The Ministry of Health wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 17th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #42

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to fifty-five (55). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, forty-six (46) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #55 a sixty-one (61) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The Ministry of Health wishes to remind individuals who have been advised to remain home in quarantine or isolation that they are expected to stay in their homes until the time of quarantine or isolation has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Following this advice is paramount to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 16th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE AND ONE ADDITIONAL DEATH – Update #41

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to fifty-four (54). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, forty-five (45) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #54 a ninety-three (93) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.

The Ministry of Health also confirms today the overnight death of Case #31 a fifty year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel. Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death. This increases the death toll to nine (9).

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.

The Ministry of Health wishes to advise that individuals who have been requested to remain home in isolation or quarantine are expected to stay in their homes until the time of isolation or quarantine has ended. Kindly give consideration to having a family member complete shopping errands for essential items. Compliance with this condition is paramount to avoiding the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.

Ministry of Health Update – April 15th, 2020:

FOUR ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 Cases – Update #40

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to fifty-three (53). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, forty-four (44) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini. The death toll remains at eight (8).

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:

-Case #50 is a thirty-eight (38) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.
-Case #51 is a forty-eight (48) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in home isolation.
-Case #52 is a thirty-three (33) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized.
-Case #53 is a thirty-eight (38) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is in home isolation.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 13th, 2020:

TWO ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #38

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are two (2) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty-nine (49).

There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, forty (40) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, Bimini and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini. The death toll remains at eight (8).

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:

-Case #48 is a forty (40) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel. This case remains in isolation at home.
-Case #49 is a fifty (50) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case has been hospitalized.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 12th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #37

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty-seven (47).

There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty-eight (38) confirmed cases in New Providence, one (1) confirmed case in Cat Cay, and one (1) confirmed case on the island of Bimini. The death toll remains at eight (8).

The newly confirmed case is Case #47, a thirty-six (36) year old female of Cat Cay, Bimini with no history of travel. This case remains in isolation at home.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 11th, 2020:

FOUR ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #36

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty-six (46). There have been seven (7) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty-eight (38) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini. The death toll remains at eight (8).

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #43 is a twenty-five (25) year old male resident of Grand Bahama with no history of travel. This case is hospitalized;
– Case #44 is a fifty-eight (58) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is also hospitalized;
– Case #45 is a forty-nine (49) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel and is in home isolation; and
– Case #46 is a twenty-nine (29) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel and is hospitalized.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 10th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – Update #35

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty-two (42). There have been six (6) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty-five (35) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini. The death toll remains at eight (8).

The newly confirmed case is Case #42, a fifty-three (53) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel. This case is now hospitalized.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 9th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE AND ONE ADDITIONAL DEATH – Update #33

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty-one (41). There have been six (6) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty-four (34) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is as follows:
– Case #41 is a fifty-six (56) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel.

Unfortunately, the Ministry of Health also confirms the death of Case #41 who passed away last night.  Investigations are being conducted into the details of this latest death.
This increases the death toll to eight (8).  Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current COVID-19 positive cases.  Investigations are ongoing.

Members of the public are once again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 8th, 2020:

FOUR ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES AND ONE ADDITIONAL DEATH – Update #32

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to forty (40). There have been six (6) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty-three (33) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #37 is a sixty (60) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
– Case #38 is a thirty-eight (38) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
– Case #39 is a forty-four (44) year old male of New Providence with no history of travel.
– Case #40 is a fifty-one (51) year old female of Grand Bahama with no history of travel.

The Ministry of Health also confirms the death of Case #40, a fifty-one (51) year old female of Grand Bahama who passed away 6th April, 2020. Her laboratory results were confirmed today. Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other current twenty-nine (29) COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Members of the public are once again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 7th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL DEATH AND THREE CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #31

The Ministry of Health confirms today the overnight death of Case #20, a hospitalized ninety-one year old male from New Providence with no history of travel. Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death.

The Ministry of Health also confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to thirty-six (36). There have been five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, thirty (30) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
– Case #34 is a forty-four (44) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
– Case #35 is a seventy-one (71) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
– Case #36 is a forty-one (41) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the twenty-seven (27) COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Members of the public are once again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 6th, 2020:

FOUR ADDITIONAL CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES – Update #30

The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to thirty-three (33). There have been five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, twenty-seven (27) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:
-Case #30 is a fifty-four (54) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
-Case #31 is a fifty (50) year old male resident of New Providence with no history of travel.
-Case #32 is a sixty-two (62) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel.
-Case #33 is a sixty-five (65) year old female of New Providence with no history of travel.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other twenty-four (24) COVID-19 positive cases. Investigations are ongoing.

Members of the public are once again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

Ministry of Health Update – April 5th, 2020:

ONE ADDITIONAL DEATH AND ONE ADDITIONAL POSITIVE COVID-19 CASE – Update #26

The Ministry of Health confirms the overnight death of Case #18, a seventy-two year old male health care worker from New Providence, hospitalized and with no history of travel.  Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death.  This brings the total number of deaths to five (5).

The Ministry of Health also confirms today that there is one (1) additional confirmed case of COVID-19.  This brings the total number of confirmed cases to twenty-nine (29). In country there have been five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, twenty-three (23) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed case is Case #29, a forty-eight (48) year old female resident of New Providence with no history of travel.  This case is in hospital.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other twenty-four (24) COVID-19 positive cases.

Members of the public are once again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

DEFINITION OF “RECOVERED CASES” FOR THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH DASHBOARD

The Ministry of Health wishes to advise that the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US-CDC) guidelines recommend two (2) alternatives to define if a patient is “recovered” from COVID-19. Recovery may be determined by utilizing the following strategies:
1. Test-based strategy; and
2. Non test-based strategy.

The Test-based strategy requires that the patient –
•    is asymptomatic (no longer experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath); and
•    produce negative results.

Patients who undergo the Test-based strategy may include hospitalized patients with moderate or severe disease and those with immunocompromising conditions.

The Non test-based strategy requires that the patient –
•    no longer has a fever and has not used fever-reducing medications within three (3) days;
•    shows an improvement in respiratory symptoms such as cough and shortness of breath; and
•    has no symptoms for at least seven (7) days since symptoms first appeared.

Patients who undergo this strategy are likely to be those considered to be mild cases that were cared for at home.

If testing is not possible, the World Health Organization recommends that a patient be isolated at home even after symptoms have resolved until a clinician determines that the patient has “recovered”.

With these guidelines in mind, a confirmed positive COVID-19 case in The Bahamas is not considered “recovered” until a patient has fully satisfied at least one of the conditions mentioned above.

Ministry of Health Update – April 4th, 2020:

The Ministry of Health confirms the overnight death of Case #23, an eighty (80) year old male patient hospitalized in Grand Bahama, previously confirmed to have COVID-19 with no direct links to other cases. Investigations are being conducted into the details of this unfortunate death.

The Ministry of Health also confirms today (April 4th, 2020) that there are four (4) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to twenty-eight (28). In country there have been five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, twenty-two (22) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.

The newly confirmed cases are as follows:

-Case #25 is a fifty-seven (57) year old female, a resident of New Providence with no history of travel and a direct link to Case #22. This case is in isolation at home.
-Case #26 is a seventy-seven (77) year old female, a resident of New Providence with no history of travel and a direct link to Case #22. This case is also in isolation at home.
-Case #27 is a forty-eight (48) year old male, a resident of New Providence, with no history of travel and no direct links. This case is hospitalized and very ill;
-Case #28 is a fifty-one (51) year old female, a resident of New Providence, with no history of travel and no direct links. This patient is hospitalized and remains in stable condition.

Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other twenty (20) COVID-19 positive cases.

Members of the public are again reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.

 

Source:
Government of The Bahamas
Ministry of Health