The Ministry of Health reported yesterday that two more people died from COVID-19.
The latest deaths are a 64-year-old woman from New Providence who died on June 2, and a 62-year-old man from Abaco who died on June 6.
These deaths pushed the total number of COVID deaths to 234. Fifty-five deaths are classified as non-COVID, meaning that they died with the virus but not because of it, and 28 deaths remain under investigation.
The ministry said there were 25 new cases reported on June 8 – 21 on New Providence, two on Grand Bahama, one on Bimini and Cat Cay and one on the Berry Islands.
The total number of COVID cases reported in the country now stands at 12,052.
Six hundred and fifty-four cases are listed as active and 11,081 people recovered from the virus.
Forty-one people were in hospital, with three in ICU.
A total of 353 tests were conducted on June 8.