17 new deaths announced as COVID surge continues, 100 new cases on Saturday

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July 19, 2021

THE Bahamas recorded 401 COVID-19 cases from July 11 to July 17, including 100 cases on Saturday alone, the highest number of cases recorded in a day since last October.

This comes as 17 additional COVID deaths were recorded on July 14 and 15.
#The number of coronavirus cases per week has steadily increased recently. Last week the number of cases represented a 41 percent increase from the period beginning July 4 and ending July 10. There were 284 cases in the week ending July 4.
#The week prior, June 27 to July 3, saw even more cases, with 338 reported.
#Of the 100 cases recorded on Saturday, 83 were in New Providence, seven were in Grand Bahama, one was in Abaco, two were in Exuma and seven were in Eleuthera. The cases included 50 men and 50 women.
#The Tribune understands at least one person was flown out of Eleuthera for emergency care over the weekend.
#Seventy-six patients are currently hospitalised with the virus, including 13 who are in intensive care.
#Two hundred and seventy-three people have died from COVID-19 to date.
#In the July 15 dashboard, five COVID-19 deaths were reported: these involved one Bimini death, a 35-year-old man on July 3; and a woman, 34, from Eleuthera on July 6. Three New Providence deaths were also recorded. They were two 53-year-old men on July 6 and July 13 along with a 79-year-old woman on July 14.

This comes as 17 additional COVID deaths were recorded on July 14 and 15.

The number of coronavirus cases per week has steadily increased recently. Last week the number of cases represented a 41 percent increase from the period beginning July 4 and ending July 10. There were 284 cases in the week ending July 4.

The week prior, June 27 to July 3, saw even more cases, with 338 reported.

Of the 100 cases recorded on Saturday, 83 were in New Providence, seven were in Grand Bahama, one was in Abaco, two were in Exuma and seven were in Eleuthera. The cases included 50 men and 50 women.

The Tribune understands at least one person was flown out of Eleuthera for emergency care over the weekend.

Seventy-six patients are currently hospitalised with the virus, including 13 who are in intensive care.

Two hundred and seventy-three people have died from COVID-19 to date.

In the July 15 dashboard, five COVID-19 deaths were reported: these involved one Bimini death, a 35-year-old man on July 3; and a woman, 34, from Eleuthera on July 6. Three New Providence deaths were also recorded. They were two 53-year-old men on July 6 and July 13 along with a 79-year-old woman on July 14.

 

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News date : 07/19/2021    Category : Covid-19, Tribune Stories

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