The Ministry of Health reported 93 additional cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths on Thursday.
This brings the death toll to 65.
A 73-year-old New Providence woman died on August 30 and a 67-year-old New Providence woman died on September 3, according to the ministry.
Additionally, three more deaths are under investigation, bringing the total to 11.
Of the new infections, there were 89 on New Providence, two on Grand Bahama, one on Inagua and one with a location that is still pending.
In total, there are now 2,814 cases.
There are 1,510 active cases, 1,220 recovered cases and 70 hospitalized cases.
There are 1,869 cases on New Providence; 593 on Grand Bahama; 95 on Abaco; 54 on Bimini; 23 on Exuma; 17 on Inagua; 15 on the Berry Islands; eight on Cat Island; eight on Eleuthera; eight on Long Island; seven on Acklins; three on Andros; five Crooked Island; three on Mayaguana; and 106 with pending locations.