Nine more COVID deaths

NINE more COVID-19 deaths have been recorded, pushing the nation’s virus death toll to 786.

According to a report issued by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, dated March 16, the deaths took place between January 31-February 24.

The deceased are a mix of male and female whose ages range from 41 to 87. They are from New Providence, Abaco and Grand Bahama.

Meanwhile, new COVID-19 cases remain low, with only two reported in the latest data.

COVID cases stand at 33,211 since the start of the pandemic.

Eight people are in hospital with the virus, with one of them in intensive care.


mandela 10 months, 2 weeks ago

With the COVID-19 cases down and deaths were listed as two couple of days ago, and now you say nine more death, something ain't adding up.


TalRussell 10 months, 2 weeks ago

Further deaded proof certainty was bound to follow not long after Duh Colony of Out Islands health portfolio, first had to be scrutinized by Comrade Michael Maura Jr as chief local Pointman's, representative, agent, mora of ships, revenue generator, pitchman's for all things Cruise Ships Owners/Private Cruise Bathers' Islands. Hard imagine how many different hats that any one single man's has in 'em's hat boxes? Nine plus how many more dozens, hundreds are yet have their names attached waiting to become amongst newest deaded, ― Yes?'


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