The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are three (3) additional confirmed cases of COVID- 19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to twenty-four (24). Currently, there are five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grand Bahama, eighteen (18) confirmed cases in New Providence and one (1) confirmed case from the island of Bimini.
The public is advised that the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) is in urgent need of all types of blood. Blood donations can be made at the PMH Blood Bank, Monday to Saturday from 9 am until 5 pm. The final donation will be taken at 4:30pm daily.
Solomon’s is deeply dedicated to serving the community and want to bring help and hope during these uncertain times. Following social distancing...
Residents in several North Long Island settlements are set to receive water for the first time. The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC)...
Sub Lieutenants Antonio Adderley & Tiffilo Johnson are the newest addition to the Officer’s Corp of The Royal Bahamas Defence Force after...
A new telephone system, building renovations, an increase in its fleet of vehicles and confirmations of positions are among the 2019 successes for the Ministry of Public Works. The Hon. Desmond Bannister, Minister of Public Works, in his annual New Year’s charge to staff said the MOPW has seen some “huge” leaps forward. “We received 33 vehicles at a cost of $1.6 million, which represents half of the vehicles that we expect to get. I am going to be working to get the other half of our vehicles this year, and I promise you that when they arrive, most of them will be assigned to our work crews, not to individuals, said Minister Bannister.
Today, RBC Royal Bank (RY on TSX and NYSE) (“RBC”) announced the introduction of special month-end banking times for seniors and differently-abled persons due to the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.