Coronavirus: Bahrain announces 13th death

Bahrain announced the death of a 59-year-old male expatriate

Bahrain MOH announced the death of a 59-year-old male expatriate, a registered active case of coronavirus (COVID-19) suffering from underlying and chronic health problems, taking the country’s total deaths to 13.

The Ministry of Health expresses its heartfelt condolences to the individual’s family at this difficult time.

The patient, along with all other active COVID-19 cases, had been placed in isolation and received extensive 24-hour treatment from a specialised medical team.

No new COVID-19 cases were reported, freezing today’s total cases to 360.

These registered cases bring up the total cases in the kingdom to 8,774 and there are 4,299 active cases of which 7 are critical and the rest stable, according to the Ministry of Health. 

There are currently 28 COVID-19 cases receiving treatment.

MOH also reported no new recoveries from COVID-19, making today’s total recoveries to 366. This brings the total recoveries in the country to 4,462. Bahrain has shown a significant recovery rate in the past days.

Bahrain has so far conducted 274,711 COVID-19 tests for the early detection of the virus.

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