Additionally, since the last update, there was one recovery.
There are currently seven active cases, of which;
• Four are under public health monitoring and;
• Three are in hospital with none in critical care.
Since March 2020, Bermuda has recorded 694 total confirmed cases of COVID-19; out of those, 675 persons have recovered, and 12 persons have sadly succumbed to COVID-19.
The mean age of all confirmed positive cases is 43 years (median: 40 years), and the ages range from less than one year to greater than 100 years.
The mean age of all currently active cases is 57 years (median: 64 years), and the ages range from less than 30 years (age group: 20-29 years) to greater than 70 years (age group: 70-79 years).
To protect privacy and confidentiality, age information will not be provided on the hospitalized cases.
The mean age of all deceased cases is 75 years (median: 77 years), and the ages range from less than 60 years (age group: 50-59 years) to greater than 80 years (age group: 80-100 years).
The source of all cases is as follows:
· 201 are imported
· 491 are classified as local transmission of which:
· 401 are local transmission with known contact/source and
· 90 are local transmission with an unknown contact/source
· 2 are under investigation
Of the over 160,000 test results reported, the mean age of all persons tested is 43 years (median: 42 years), and the ages range from less than one year to greater than 100 years.
The seven-day average of our real-time reproduction number is less than one, and Bermuda’s current country status remains “Sporadic Cases”.
Bermuda’s new COVID Vaccination Centre at the Bermuda College Campus, Student Hall on South Shore in Paget will open on Monday, 15 February.
The Vaccination Centre at the Police Recreation Club is closing on Saturday 13 February. If you are scheduled for the second dose appointment at the Prospect Police Club after Saturday, please report to the Bermuda College at the time and day scheduled.
“The Bermuda College Campus site will have up to ten vaccination stations vs the six at the Police Recreation Club. This will allow us to run the site for longer hours, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., on more days if we must, with the necessary observation space,” explained Minister of Health, Kim Wilson.
“I extend our sincere appreciation to the Police Recreation Club for the use of their facility. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to use this location as our first vaccine centre. It was a good location and a tremendous help to our vaccine programme. I urge those people who intend to get vaccinated and are eligible to register your interest now. The COVID-19 vaccination is an essential tool to help stop the pandemic.“
“I also want to encourage everyone to get tested so that you know your status. Although vaccines are widely being administered in Bermuda and worldwide, the pandemic will not be over for many months. Get tested and if you are eligible, register to get vaccinated now. Persons interested in getting the vaccine should go to https://forms.gov.bm/covidvaccine.”