Doctors and nurses are seen doing their final check on the equipment in a makeshift ICU "Field Intensive Care Unit 1" set up by Bahrian authorities to treat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) critical patients, at a car-park of Bahrain Defence Force Hospital in Riffa, Bahrain, April 14, 2020. Image Credit: Reuters

Dubai: Bahrain has reported 291 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed infections in the Kingdom to 10,740, according to the Ministry of Health.

A total of 196 cases of the newly detected cases are expatriate workers, while 95 of today’s total  contracted the virus from direct contact with active cases.

The ministry also revealed that 111 COVID-29 patients have recovered, taking the overall number to 5,811.

In a series of tweets, the ministry said it has there are currently 43 COVID-19 cases receiving treatment, of which 10 are in a critical condition; 4,904 are stable out of a total of 4,914 active cases.

Currently, the active cases are 4,914 with 308,698 people having been tested in the Kingdom.