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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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  • REMARKS: Prime Minister Philip Davis, QC, MP On The Occasion Of Bahamas National Day At Expo 2020

    Your Highness, Sheikh Nahyan Mabarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence and Commissioner General of Expo 2020 Dubai, and Other Distinguished Guests, Good Afternoon! Even though my country is half a world away, across the ocean, on our National Day here in Dubai at Expo 2020, I hope I am permitted to say, “Welcome

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  • PDF: ADDRESS BY RT HON PRIME MINISTER PHILIP DAVIS, QC, MP TO THE 31st ANNUAL BAHAMAS BUSINESS OUTLOOK CONFERENCE HELD VIRTUALLY

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  • Prime Minister Davis addresses the 31st Annual Bahamas Business Outlook

    In his keynote address at the 2022 Bahamas Business Outlook, held virtually this morning, Prime Minister Philip Davis petitioned members of the business community to actively partner with the government in guaranteeing the economic success of the nation.  Speaking under the theme “Beyond Recovery into Growth,” Prime Minister Davis outlined that while the government has

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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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