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Covid-19 cases hold steady

Bermuda records 15 active Covid-19 cases, according to the new Government figures (Photograph from the Bermuda Government website)

Bermuda recorded 14 new Covid-19 cases last week as overall infection rates dropped, according to the newest Government update.

The number of active cases sits at 15 – one less than last week – after another 15 people recovered.

None of these cases have been admitted to hospital and no new deaths have been recorded since last month, leaving the total at 160.

In total, 1,028,312 Covid-19 tests have been carried out since March 2020, with 1,009,484 testing negative.

Bermuda has also recorded 18,828 positive results since March 2020, with 18,653 of those infections having recovered.

Of those positive cases, 4,242 were imported, 6,191 were transmitted locally through a known source, 8,378 were contracted through an unknown source, and 17 are under investigation.

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Published March 08, 2023 at 7:04 pm (Updated March 08, 2023 at 7:04 pm)

Covid-19 cases hold steady

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