September 16, 2020
The Bahamas hit a melancholy milestone of 3,000-plus COVID-19 cases on Monday, with roughly half of those cases still active. It has been six months since the country's first case -- a 61-year-old resident of New Providence, tested positive at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), health officials said. Sadly, we are far off from bringing the crisis ...
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News date : 09/16/2020 Category : Nassau Guardian Stories