Tue, Mar 31st 2020, 08:42 PM
The Ministry of Health confirms today that there is one additional confirmed case of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to fifteen (15). Currently, there are three (3) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama and twelve (12) confirmed cases in New Providence.
The latest confirmed case is a fifty-seven (57) year old female with no history of travel and no known direct link to previous cases. The person is hospitalized and remains in stable condition. Health officials continue to follow the condition of the other fourteen (14) COVID-19 positive cases. Case #12 has now been hospitalized and receiving supportive management. However, all previous cases remain in stable condition and are in isolation at home.
Members of the public are reminded to follow the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Order announced by Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis to reduce the spread of the virus, including physical distancing.
Tue, Mar 31st 2020, 06:27 PM
Just one day after he was fined $350 for breaking the nationwide curfew, police arrested Stephen Walkes for the same offense. This time, Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes upped the fine to $750. If Walkes, 24, of Augusta Street, doesn't pay the fine, he would [...]
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Tue, Mar 31st 2020, 04:28 PM
MINISTRY of Health officials are awaiting test results to determine whether a Bimini woman who died in Nassau Monday night was positive for COVID-19.
Tue, Mar 31st 2020, 04:00 PM
AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Minister Michael Pintard said The Bahamas must closely monitor its food supplies during the COVID-19 crisis as major agricultural producers around the world are considering reducing their exports or locking down.
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