Bermuda’s Health Minister Kim Wilson disclosed that island’ testing centres are being overwhelmed, after it recorded a further 108 cases of COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 396.
The numbers came from a batch of 3,038 test results, producing Bermuda’s highest single-daily total since records began a year ago.
Just one of the new cases was imported, a further 35 cases are classified as local transmission, while 72 are under investigation.
One of the currently active cases is in the hospital, while six carriers have recovered from the condition since the last update on Saturday.
Bermuda’s active cases have skyrocketed in the last 10 days, with the island recording more than 200 new cases last week alone.