The Ministry of Health reported last night that 14 people died from COVID-19 between August 13 and August 17.
Nine of those individuals were women between the ages of 33 and 84. Two of those women were residents of Abaco and the rest were residents of New Providence.
The remaining five individuals were men between the ages of 46 and 71. One of the men was a resident of Abaco and the rest were residents of New Providence.
The COVID-19 death count now stands at 330.
Forty-four deaths are under investigation and 88 non-COVID-19 deaths were reported since March 2020.
An additional 114 COVID-19 cases were reported on Wednesday.
Ninety-nine of those cases were reported on New Providence, nine on Grand Bahama, two on Abaco, two on Exuma, one on Eleuthera, and one on Andros.
Two previous cases were also reclassified from the Berry Islands to New Providence.
Seventy-four additional recoveries were also reported.
There are 2,961 active cases.
The Bahamas reported 16,962 cases in the last 17 months.
It has reported 2,042 new cases since August 1.
With the case count already set to exceed the more than 2,100 cases reported last month, which was the second-highest ever reported in a month, The Bahamas is also experiencing record-level hospitalizations.
As of Wednesday, 149 cases were hospitalized.
A staggering 71 of those cases were hospitalized at Princess Margaret Hospital, 32 at Doctors Hospital, nine at South Beach Acute Care and Referral Centre, and five at the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre.
Thirty-two cases are also hospitalized at Grand Bahama Health Services.
Sixteen cases are in the Intensive Care Unit in The Bahamas.