Coronavirus: Bahrain announces two COVID-19 fatalities, death toll passes 200

Muslims maintain social distance as they receive Iftar meals provided by the authorities, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), during the holy month of Ramadan, in Manama, Bahrain. (Reuters)

Bahrain has announced two new coronavirus fatalities, with the death toll passing 200 as of Tuesday, the health ministry said.

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The two females, ages 51 and 80, were the latest to die due to COVID-19 complication in the island Kingdom.


As of Tuesday, Bahrain’s health ministry had confirmed 51,240 recoveries as 4,636 cases remain active after confirming 661 new infections over a 24-hour period.

Of the active cases, 4,605 are in stable condition and 31 are in critical condition, according to the health ministry. Eighty-two patients are receiving treatment at medical facilities.

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Last Update: Tuesday, 08 September 2020 KSA 10:19 - GMT 07:19
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