COVID death toll nears 400

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September 01, 2021

The Ministry of Health yesterday reported 15 additional COVID-19 deaths between July 30 and August 23.

Twelve of those victims were Grand Bahama residents between ages 36 and 91.

The remaining three individuals were New Providence residents between 47 and 57.

Eleven of the victims were women and four were men.

The official COVID-19 death count now stands at 396.

Twenty cases remain under investigation.

An additional 129 COVID-19 cases were reported on Sunday.

One hundred and fourteen of those cases were reported on New Providence, six on Eleuthera, four on Abaco, three on Exuma, one on the Berry Islands and one on Crooked Island.

There are 3,093 active cases.

As of Sunday, 168 individuals with COVID-19 remained hospitalized.

The ministry said 83 of them were hospitalized at Princess Margaret Hospital, 50 at Doctors Hospital, seven at South Beach Acute Care and Referral Centre, and 28 at Grand Bahama Health Services.

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News date : 09/01/2021    Category : Covid-19, Nassau Guardian Stories

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