133 new cases reported; two more deaths

The Ministry of Health said yesterday that 133 people tested positive for COVID-19 on July 25 and confirmed that two more people died of the virus. 

 In total, 14,252 cases of COVID have been reported since last year.

Two hundred and eighty-four people have died of the virus. 

The latest deaths, both of which occurred in New Providence, are a 26-year-old man who died on July 14 and a 73-year-old man who died on July 19. 

Of the new cases, 90 were reported on New Providence, 23 on Grand Bahama, seven on Eleuthera, six on Exuma, three on Andros, one on Abaco, one on Bimini and Cat Cay, one on Long Island, and one case is pending location. 

Ninety-two people are in hospital with 10 people in the intensive care unit. 

There are 1,578 active cases of COVID in the country with 12,298 recovered cases.

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Travis Cartwright-Carroll

Travis Cartwright-Carroll is the assistant editor. He covers a wide range of national issues. He joined The Nassau Guardian in 2011 as a copy editor before shifting to reporting. He was promoted to assistant news editor in December 2018. Education: College of The Bahamas, English

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