First, make sure it stays well watered, and if the grass is beginning to green up now, go ahead and give it an application of fertilizer as well. You should let it fully emerge from winter dormancy before assessing the damage and setting a course of action. Bermuda turns yellow and goes dormant when it gets too dry, but that does not mean it all died. It may ultimately come back much stronger than you expect this year. In addition, Bermuda is an aggressive spreader, so unless you have extensive areas that need resodding, it may fill in pretty well on its own over the course of a season, as long as you keep it watered and fertilized.
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