114 new COVID cases

THERE were 114 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the country on Friday and Saturday.

According to the Saturday, June 11, dashboard, 46 new virus cases were recorded.

That is 43 in New Providence, two in Grand Bahama and one in Eleuthera.

Officials said there is no one in the Intensive Care Unit with the virus, however, 28 people are considered moderately ill and there remains 812 deaths.

In the June 10 dashboard, officials said 68 cases were recorded.

Sixty-one of them were in the capital. As for Grand Bahama there was one new case, Bimini and Cat Cay recorded four, Eleuthera had one case and Crooked Island also recorded one case.

To date, The Bahamas has recorded 35,332 cases of the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.


carltonr61 1 year, 5 months ago

Seems only doctors benefits along with their shareholding big wigs. They don't give as long as they make another 50 mil by keeping covid Bahamas the place that time forgot.


carltonr61 1 year, 5 months ago

The World Bank gave out its marching orders two weeks ago, that even the massive USA economy cannot survive restrictions on it because of covid. We need all engines running at full throttle in education, tourism, spending or we will be pulled into the never ending dark spiral of economic decline. Only the medical sector profit greed is preventing our full opening with massive job creations.


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