Bermuda ready to lift restrictions after decreasing COVID-19 cases

Bermuda ready to lift restrictions after decreasing COVID-19 cases
Bermuda ready to lift restrictions after decreasing COVID-19 cases

The country that has currently 5 active cases of the COVID-19 pandemic. In April the instances have been peaked to 904 but now due to decreasing cases the government ave lift up all restrictions regarding social distancing but have not to lift restriction from wearing masks indoor public places and large groups.

Premier David Burt said that while patience has been growing thin with restrictions and lockdowns, many countries still had limitations because of highly transmissible variants.


Premier Burt said that more than 10 people could remain at a table at eateries, land and sea restrictions would terminate, and the overnight curfew would end as on Sunday morning.

Health Minister highlighted that 55% of the total population had been fully vaccinated. Whereas 2,000 children of the country, after getting approved for getting vaccinated, have also got their first dose of vaccine to fight against the COVID-19 virus.

Bermuda Hotel Association has also announced that the hotel staff who have not to get vaccinated should have to get tested for the coronavirus after every 7 days from the coming Tuesday. This policy has been applied to every member of the hotel.

BHA spokesperson said that the purpose of the policy has to ensure that all non-immunized hotel employees have been aware of their health status and protecting themselves, visitors, family members, their co-workers and guests, as well as all members of the wider community.

4,680 doses have been sent by the British government to Bermuda has due to arrive on June 24. This batch would come from London. The government has made this announcement.

Britain has already given approximately 80,000 doses of the vaccine to the land, a British Overseas Territory. In all, Bermuda has sent almost 300,000 COVID-19 tests, occurring in 2,499 positive cases.

Dr Carika Weldon, head of the diagnostic laboratory, verified that there had been no cases of the virulent Indian or Delta variant in Bermuda, where 33 people have died.