Bermuda looks set to implement an islandwide curfew as of Sunday night, as two new cases of COVID-19 were reported.
Premier David Burt, in his latest update, told the media that the Cabinet has “invited the Governor to impose a curfew from 8pm to 6am, effective Sunday night.
Speaking at the Cabinet Building this evening, the Premier said four additional tests were carried out – two came back with positive results.
“Case 16 is important,” said Mr Burt.
“The passenger arrived on a Delta airlines flight from the US, case 17 is under investigation,” he added.
Only two people have been hospitalised as a result of this virus.
Another 400 test kits are due to be shipped to Bermuda as of Monday and are scheduled to arrive later next week.