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Bahamas: COVID-19 Second dose appointment update

The National COVID-19 vaccine consultative committee wants to advise that all the people who received an e-mail notification of a second dose appointment immediately after receiving their first dose are still required to book an appointment online at - vax.gov.bs.

PM Minnis condole on demise of Sir Carter

The Prime Minister of the Bahamas- Dr Hubert Minnis, expressed grieve and condole on the demise of Sir Charles Carter.

Bahamas: New Emergency Order Outlines changes for fully vaccinated travellers

The new emergency order outlines and travel requirements for fully vaccinated travellers have been now changed by the government of the Bahamas. 

Government can’t risk life of citizens by allowing travellers from Haiti: Darren

Darren Henfield - Minister of Foreign Affairs on 14 May 2021, stated, "The government cannot bear to risk the safety of Bahamians or the potential for The Bahamas economy to rebound by allowing travellers from Haiti.

Bahamas: Help desks set up at COVID vaccination centres to aid appointments

The Help Desks have been set up at the COVID-19 Vaccination centres to assist with appointments of the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in the Bahamas.

Fiscal Deficit around $900 million: Finance ministry of Bahamas

The Bahamas: According to the report of the ministry of finance of Bahamas - The far-reaching economic cost is arising from the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Bahamas government signs an airspace agreement with US FAA

Bahamas: The government of Bahamas has signed an -Air Navigation Services Agreement with the United States Federal Aviation Administration - FAA, to allow the...

Put a halt on plan to demolish 600 homes : UN experts urge Bahamas government

United Nations Human Right experts have asked the Bahamas to put a halt to the plan of demolition of 600 homes

Foreign currency flow restrictions could have saved $500 million

Bahamas: The Central Bank’s governor- John A Rolle on 4 May,2021 disclosed that restrictions on the foreign currency flows imposed at COVID-19 pandemic peak...

TSA officials frequently visit the Bahamas to assess aviation security

Dwaine Murray - U.S. Transportation Security Administration- TSA representative recently concluded his official visit to The Bahamas island. He was involved in productive dialogue with the representatives from The Civil Aviation Authority of the Bahamas and the Airport Authority.

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Guyana: After quitting politics in 2020, Jaipaul Sharma forms own party

Georgetown, Guyana: After quitting politics in 2020, Jaipaul Sharma on Friday evening announced his political party. The party have been named the Equal Rights and...

COVID-19: St Kitts and Nevis goes into lockdown for 14-days

St Kitts and Nevis is to go into lockdown for 14 days starting 6 pm on Saturday, June 12, as COVID-19 cases mount. Prime...

Taxi association alliance writes letter to Transport Ministry over 80% fare increase

The Transport and Mining Ministry of Jamaica island has received a formal letter which states that the Route Taxi Association Alliance has increased fare by 80 per cent.

SVG Employees pay up to $1500 for forged COVID vaccination certificates

According to the sources, the people of St Vincent and the Grenadines are paying up to $1500 for fake COVID-19 vaccination certificates to secure their employment.