The timeline below provides a brief visual overview some of the developments in both Bermuda and around the world. It is in no way indicative of all developments, and is a work in progress, and will be updated as time passes. For ease of reading, it is colour coded – international updates are in blue, and Bermuda-specific updates are in pink. You can also see a global timeline, which updates daily here.
A British Airways flight — the first commercial passenger flight from the UK since March – landed in Bermuda
After a suspension of commercial flights for more than three months, Bermuda welcomes an Air Canada flight, with a number of safety protocols in place, including testing passengers for Covid-19.
The Government confirms that another person has died, bringing Bermuda’s Covid-19 death toll to six.
The Government confirms that another person has died, bringing Bermuda’s Covid-19 death toll to five.
Premier David Burt confirms that a fourth person has died from Covid-19 in Bermuda.
The Premier confirmed that the island has a total of 32 Covid-19 cases; 10 have recovered and three are in hospital.
The Premier confirms eight more people tested positive for Covid-19, making a total of 15 positive tests in the island.
Bermuda records an additional positive test, making a total of 7 cases in the island. Six were people who recently traveled overseas, and one was a close contact to one of the travelers.
Premier Burt announced that Bermuda now has six confirmed cases. The four additional cases were a close family contact of a passenger on the BA flight on March 8th, a person who arrived via BA on March 17th, and two people who arrived via a private jet.
Premier David Burt announces that the first diagnosed cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Bermuda, with two residents, who recently traveled home from the UK and USA, confirmed to have Covid-19.