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Press Release – National Address – 28 July 2021

PRESS RELEASE Government COVID surge response: $7 million on more medical staff; 18 hospital beds to be added to PMH; contact tracing strengthened The Government will spend $7.2 million to engage medical staff, and 18 hospital beds will be added to the PMH inventory as part of the continued aggressive and comprehensive approach to combat

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  • Prime Minister Minnis – National Address – 28 July 2021

    National Address The Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Wednesday, 28 July 2021 8:00 P.M. Bahamians everywhere. Residents and visitors. Good evening. The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most difficult periods in our nation’s long history. Even though we are all tired of the pandemic it is not

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  • PDF: Emergency Powers (Covid 19 Pandemic)(Management And Recovery)(No.2)(Amendment)(No.4) Order, 2021

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  • New health measures to come into effect on Monday 26 July

    A 10pm to 5am daily curfew will take effect on Monday 26 July 2021 for the islands of New Providence, Grand Bahama and North and South Eleuthera, including Harbour Island. The curfew is part of a series of new health measures that are being put in place to help slow and control the spread of

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  • Prime Minister Minnis commissions refurbished public health clinics on East Grand Bahama

    EAST GRAND BAHAMA – The Government marked a significant milestone on the long road to recovery from Hurricane Dorian today with the commissioning of the High Rock and McLean’s Town Community clinics. In 2019, the historic devastation wrought by Hurricane Dorian impacted private homes and businesses and critical public infrastructure across the Northern Bahamas. This

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