Coronavirus: Bahrain records 1 death, today’s cases remain at 360

Bahrain reports 13th COVID-19 death

Bahrain has reported the death of a 59-year-old male expatriate suffering from underlying and chronic health problems, taking the country’s total fatalities to 13.

The dead patient was a registered active case of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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

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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