No new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Sunday after five test results came back – all with negative results.

A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health said: “This means that the confirmed positive cases in Bermuda remains at 37.

“Out of the 37 total cases, 14 people have recovered.

“There are six people who are hospitalised, all in stable condition.”

There were 17 active cases under public health monitoring and the average age of the victims was 47, she added.

“The age range is 18 to 83 years old and the average age of those hospitalised is 74 years old.”

She said 22 of the cases were men and 15 were women.

“A review of our overall testing numbers shows that out of the 298 tests that were conducted, 37 are positive, and 232 were negative and 29 are pending results.

“As of today (April 5), there are 76 persons who are under self-quarantine with public health supervision.”

Updated shelter in place regulations on social distancing and closures was available at coronavirus.gov.bm.

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