COVID-19 Reopening Indicators

COVID-19 Reopening Indicators

Bermuda is monitoring critical indicators to see how we are doing in managing COVID-19 and assess our readiness to move to the next phase of our reopening plan. These indicators are updated on Mondays and Thursday.

As of 25th June 2020:

 

Definitions

 

             Lead measures:

1. Face mask wearing: HealthIQ Reports on observation of mask wearing –

  • >95% report public wearing masks
  • <80% report public wearing masks

2. Physical distancing: HealthIQ Reports on observation of 3 – 6ft physical distancing –

  • >95% report public maintaining distance
  • <80% report public maintaining distance

3. Adoption of Technology: Number of people participating in HealthIQ or Apps (public) –

  • >10,000 unique respondents (All time)
  • <5,000 unique respondents

4. Testing capacity: In stock of all lab consumables, reagents and kits plus enabling resources: staff & PPE

  • >3 months’ supply
  • <1 months’ supply

5. PPE supplies (critical): In stock of: surgical mask, N95 mask, gloves, gowns and face shields

  • >5 months’ supply
  • >3 months’ supply
             Lag measures:

6. Classification: WHO Country classification

  • Green: Sporadic cases
  • Amber: Local transmission
  • Red:Community transmission

7. Transmission: Proportion of cases able to be linked to known cases or clusters

  • <10% unknown transmission
  • >20% unknown transmission

8. Reproduction rate: Real time reproduction number average over last 7 days

  • Rt <1.0
  • Rt >1.4

9. Hospitalizations: New COVID-related hospitalizations

  • <7 over last 7 days
  • >21 over last 7 days

10. Critical care: COVID-related ICU cases

  • <4 concurrent per week
  • >7 concurrent per week

11. COVID-19 cases: Number of new cases per week

  • <12 over last 7 days
  • >35 over last 7 days