Health officials confirm 48 new COVID-19 cases

Health officials confirm 48 new COVID-19 cases

NASSAU, BAHAMAS ā€” The Ministry of Health has confirmed 48 new cases of COVID-19, taking the total number of cases in the country to 878.

Of those cases, there were 33 in New Providence, seven in Grand Bahama, five in Bimini, two in the Berry Islands, and one in Eleuthera.

There were four more recoveries, and the number of hospitalized cases decreased by one.

There are 763 active cases in the country, according to the ministry’s dashboard.

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Govt needs to be more active in pinpointing and stating hot spots. Typical example One new case in Eleuthera.
Which settlement? Eleuthera is 110 Mike’s long. If they close down one town then they limit the spread. No better to not warn the people and let every one go settlement to settlement and spread the virus to the whole island and start massive spread. Stupid. Irresponsible. I bet you wherever that one case was found that no health official is there trying to figure it out. But we dont know. Lack of communications.

It’s clear that you are in your own bubble which explains why your statement is emotionally reactive. Example: you actually think that the Covid 19 virus dropped from the sky on that one person? Have you ever heard about community spread where the community is an entire island.?šŸ˜µ Hint: New Providence šŸ˜µ

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