Health Information

The Health Information on this page is provided by the Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit.

The Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit helps to manage and monitor the status of health in Bermuda by:

  • Regularly recording, interpreting, and reporting data that reflect the health of our community;
  • Reviewing health problems and outbreaks; this includes chronic diseases, injuries, and social factors that influence health status
  • Detecting and monitoring epidemics and public health emergencies.
  • Providing health information upon request in a variety of formats. 

Local Alerts:

Updated 21 September 2022

The Epidemiology & Surveillance Unit continues to receive reports of Fever and Respiratory Symptoms (COVID-19, influenza, common cold, RSV, parainfluenza) and Gastroenteritis (E.coli, rotavirus, C.difficile, salmonella, campylobacter, giardia, cryptosporidium, listeria). 

The Epidemiology & Surveillance Unit has received increased reports of Gastroenteritis (E. coli, rotavirus, salmonella). 

International alerts:


Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by infection with the monkeypox virus. For frequently asked questions about monkeypox visit the World Health Organisation website and review our local Monkeypox FAQs video or


Working closely with our partner agencies, the Ministry of Health is monitoring this evolving health situation. The Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit has increased their level of surveillance in order to monitor and assess any developments on island.

Coronavirus (COVID-19, formerly 2019-nCoV)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new respiratory illness.

The World Health Organization has declared the current coronavirus situation a Pandemic.
Working closely with partner agencies, the Ministry of Health is monitoring this rapidly evolving health situation and will keep the public up to date on Bermuda’s response.

Learn more about COVID-19 


The World Health Organization has declared the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The risk of introduction to Bermuda is low. Travelers to the outbreak area should pay attention to their health during travel and for 21 days following travel; if fever or other symptoms develop, the medical care provider is to be informed of the recent travel prior to attending for medical care.

Surveillance Manuals and Guidelines 

Reporting Forms

Surveillance Summaries 


For additional reports and health information, visit the Ministry of Health Health Library

The following reports from the Department of Statistics also contain health information:

The Department of National Drug Control produces Substance Abuse Statistics and Reports which also contain health information.

The Registry General produces an annual report including information on births and deaths.

    Disease Fact Sheets



    If you are seeking a presentation on the Island’s data and information, or there is data you are seeking, which is not available here, please complete the appropriate request form: