Another 229 test results came back on Saturday, with the Ministry of Health confirming a total of 133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bermuda, with 43 active cases this weekend.

Seven people are currently being treated in hospital with patients in critical care.

Another 36 cases are being monitored at home by public health officials.

To date, 81 peoplen have fully recovered from this virus. The total number of deaths remains at nine.

A Ministry spokeswoman said: “The average age of all of our confirmed positive cases is 60 and the age range of all of our positive cases is from 18 to 101 years.”

The average age of those currently in hospital is 79, tthe average age for deaths is 74, with an age range from 57 to 91.

A total of 41 cases came in from overseas – 78 were the result of on-island transmission with known contacts.

Another ten cases were transmitted on-island from unidentified contacts.

There are four cases are still under investigation.

The spokeswoman added that the island’s country status remained at local transmission, with clusters of cases.

The next COVID-19 news briefing will be held on Monday.