Covid-19: no new cases
No new cases of Covid-19 were detected yesterday, the health ministry said last night.
A total of 1,683 test results came back to health officials and all were negative.
There are four active cases of the coronavirus which are being monitored by health officials.
None are in hospital.
Kim Wilson, the Minister of Health, said: “As our Covid cases keep going in the right direction with zero new cases, we must continue to take this pandemic seriously to prevent any new outbreaks.
“For us to continue to get back to normalcy, it is important that all public health guidelines remain to be followed.”
Bermuda has had 2,497 cases of Covid-19 since March last year.
There have been 33 fatalities linked to the disease and 2,460 people have recovered.
A total of 308 cases came in from overseas, 2,187 were on-island transmissions of which 1,681 were with a known contact and 506 were with an unknown contact.
Two cases are under investigation.
The seven-day average of the real time reproduction number is less than one and its World Health Organisation country status remained at “community transmission”.