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Statement on Exuma – 11 November, 2020

Good evening. I want to speak briefly this evening about a number of emergency measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 on Exuma. I also want to remind the country, that despite the recent good news of a possible vaccine in the months ahead, we still have quite a way to go before this pandemic

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  • National Address – 8 November 2020

    Good afternoon.        It has been just over four weeks since I announced a number of measures aimed at reducing the transmission of COVID-19 in the country and particularly on New Providence and Abaco.   At the Ministry of Health’s press conference this past Friday, health officials provided an update on the progress we have made. Between

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  • Prime Minister’s COVID-19 Press Conference Statement 28 October 2020

    Ladies and Gentlemen of the Press:        Thank you Dr. Dahl-Regis for your update and for your ongoing service, along with the service of everyone on the frontline of the pandemic.        This afternoon, I wish to address the country and the media on our ongoing and comprehensive measures to continue to aggressively respond to this terrible

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  • House of Assembly Communication Tabling of Economic Recovery Committee Report – 21 October 2020

    Mr. Speaker:It is my privilege to table in the House of Assembly the  Summary Report of the Economic Recovery Committee.  The Committee’s remit was to make specific policy recommendations for the short- and medium-term, which could help with our ongoing economic recovery as we face the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, 100 years

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  • House of Assembly Communication – 7 October 2020

    Mr. Speaker:In my national address this past Sunday I advised the countryon the situation we currently face in the COVID-19 pandemic,which remains a dangerous and deadly threat to the entire worldand to our Bahamas. I am encouraged with the progress in Grand Bahama and most of our Family Islands.Virus numbers are low in these places.Therefore,

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