One new COVID death was reported and eight deaths in 2020 and 2021 were reclassified as weekend COVID deaths.
The April 29 dashboard showed that a 38-year-old woman died of COVID in New Providence on April 3, 2022.
The Department of Health and Human Services also reported that 11 deaths were reclassified, eight of which were classified as COVID deaths.
All eight deaths occurred between August 2020 and June 2021.
The update was made as the number of COVID cases in the Bahamas continued to increase over the last week.
17 cases were recorded on Saturday with a positive rate of 13.9%.
Between April 23 and April 29, 75 to 95 new cases were recorded in Japan from the previous week from April 15 to April 22.
Forty-eight cases were recorded between April 8th and April 21st.
The number of cases is steadily increasing, but the number of hospitalizations remains low.
As of Saturday, eight were hospitalized with COVID-19, seven at Princess Marguerite Hospital and one at Grand Bahama Health Service.
None of them took intensive care.
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