Together Against COVID-19


Davis Administration marks first month of free COVID-19 initiatives

For immediate release Over 17,000 free tests and 165,000 free masks take a bite out of COVID – Davis Administration marks first month of free COVID-19 initiatives Since taking office, managing the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout have been top priorities of the Davis Administration. Now, one month into a smooth rollout of its

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  • Together Against COVID-19: Government of The Bahamas expands Free COVID-19 Testing to Grand Bahama

    Government of The Bahamas expands Free COVID-19 Testing to Grand Bahama Free testing on Grand Bahama Island is set to begin Saturday, January 22nd at Christ the King, Foster B. Pestaina Centre in Freeport.  With the capacity to test some 200 people a day, interested individuals can register online at https://covidtest.gov.bs.   Free testing is part

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  • Together Against COVID-19: Government Supplies 6,000 Masks to Local Feeding Programmes

    As part of their ongoing effort to help Bahamians stay safe and reduce the transmission of COVID, the Davis administration expanded the distribution of free medical-grade KN95 masks today to include several local feeding programmes on New Providence. 6,000 free masks were distributed by NEMA to Great Commission Ministries and Counselling Centre, International Deliverance Praying

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  • Together Against COVID-19: FTX Digital Markets Donates $1.5 million in COVID-19 medical supplies

    FTX Digital Markets has donated $1.5 million in KN95 protective masks and testing kits to the Bahamian government in an effort to mitigate the effects of COVID-19.  The donation was made during a courtesy call to Prime Minister Philip Davis by Ryan Salame, CEO; Zoe Gibson-Bowleg, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, and Valdez K. Russell,

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  • Government Hosts Successful “Ask The Doctors” Virtual Town Hall

    In its latest push to expand public education surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the government facilitated a successful virtual “Ask The Doctors” Town Hall meeting on January 11. The initiative was a joint effort between the Ministry of Health & Wellness and the Office of the Prime Minister. It featured a panel of medical experts

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