The timelines below provide a visual overview of some of the developments in both Bermuda and around the world, and for ease of reading, they are colour coded – international updates are in blue, and Bermuda-specific updates are in pink. For a look at the same timeline providing entries in the opposite course of time – beginning with the detection of a pneumonia of unknown cause – click here.
The full cases and news timeline follows below and as by now the main timeline is quite long with almost 400 entries spanning back to the start of 2020, so you can also view extracted versions covering vaccinations, curfew changes, classification changes, deaths, and more, using the easy dropdowns below by clicking to view the timeline of your choice.
As always, BermudaCovid.com is a work in progress, and the timelines will be updated and expanded as time passes.
Vaccination Timeline | Click here to see
The vaccination statistics as of November 20th show that Bermuda has administered a total of 102,468 vaccinations, with 71.5% of the population having received 1 dose, while 70.2% have had 2 doses.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration amended the emergency use authorizations for the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines to “allow for the use of an additional dose in certain immunocompromised individuals, specifically, solid organ transplant recipients or those who are diagnosed with conditions that are considered to have an equivalent level of immunocompromise.”
Bermuda Curfew Timeline | Click here to see
Effective tonight, the curfew will be reimplemented from 12am – 5am “due to the current outbreak of the new UK strain,” with businesses required to close at 11pm.
Bermuda Deaths Timeline | Click here to see
It it with sadness and great regret we include a timeline showing the deaths the island has experienced, and as many note, it’s key to mention these are not just ‘numbers’, they are people, our fellow residents. We send our condolences to all the families who have lost someone.
The Government has confirmed the sad news that another person has died due to Covid-19, bringing Bermuda’s death toll to eleven.
The Government confirms that another person has died, bringing Bermuda’s Covid-19 related death toll to six.
The Government confirms that another person has died, bringing Bermuda’s Covid-19 related death toll to five.
Premier David Burt confirms that a fourth person has died from Covid-19 in Bermuda.