PM Minnis takes vital decisions for well being of Bahamas

The Bahamas Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis signed the amendment to the emergency orders on Christmas Day. Some hotels allowed non-guests to dine at their restaurants following a negative rapid antigen test taken on the property.

The Bahamas Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis
The Bahamas Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis

Bahamas: The Bahamas Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis signed the amendment to the emergency orders on Christmas Day. Some hotels allowed non-guests to dine at their restaurants following a negative rapid antigen test taken on the property.

According to the new order, Individuals who are not currently guests of a hotel or ’commercial accommodation’ on NP and Abaco will be required to submit a negative RT PCR test in order to check-in or use any facility on the hotel premises, including restaurants.

Although Health officials confirmed ten new cases of COVID-19 in The Bahamas on Friday, taking the number of cases in the country to 7,825. Of the new cases, eight were on New Providence and two on Grand Bahama. COVID deaths now stand at 169, with another 20 under investigation.

 

In the meantime to promote awareness and motivate police officials and public Prime Minister Minnis visited eight police stations throughout Nassau, Bahamas- these include the stations on Nassau Street, Quakoo Street.

 

The Grove, South Beach, Carmichael, DEU, Cable Beach and the Airport police station.

The Prime Minister wanted to encourage the officers and thank them for all of their handworks throughout the pandemic. He spoke about the developing subdivisions and that some lots will be reserved for law enforcement officers.

He also reminded the officers that the 10 pm curfew would remain throughout the holidays.

PM Minnis, continuously urging people to follow all health-related protocols which have been assigned by the government.

Recently PM fulfils his promise to visit Inagua and Mayaguana for Christmas.

Health officials request people to wear masks and use alcohol-based sensitizer to protect themselves from this deadly virus.

They also urged to avoid public gatherings especially in this festive season, officials requests to enjoy the festive season with the family in the home itself.

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