Over 400 People Have Died Due to COVID-19 in Bahrain

by BTM

Sun, 14 February 2021

Over 400 People Have Died Due to COVID-19 in Bahrain

The Ministry of Health in Bahrain today announced the death of a 64-year-old Bahraini woman from COVID-19 taking the total number of fatalities in the Kingdom to 402. 

This follows the death of three citizens earlier today - two women, 59 and 65, and a man, 68. 

Since the detection of the new COVID-19 variant in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the number of active cases has surged to 7213, as of today, with 790 cases registered on Saturday.

The Kingdom has conducted 2,886,600 tests to date and continues to urge citizens to comply with safety measures which include wearing masks, social distancing and limiting social interactions.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health has called on people wishing to take the Russian Sputnik vaccine to register via the ministry’s website or BeAware Bahrain application. The vaccine is the 4th vaccine to be approved in Bahrain after  Sinopharm, Pfizer-BioNTech and Covishield with all vaccines provided to citizens and residents free of charge.

The vaccination drive against COVID-19 virus is going on with the aim of protecting people’s safety by revving up the immunity system through vaccination.

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