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NAD Reports Success in Borders Reopening

So far, so good at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) in terms of reopening the country’s borders to international commercial flights in a COVID-19 environment.

Enhanced Covid Tracing

“This team will support the ministry’s workforce as we prepare for a possibility of increases in cases anticipated with the reopening of the economy. This programme is adapted from John Hopkins University curriculum and includes seven training models that would be offered virtually to participants and the Surveillance Unit is modifying the programme to make it relevant to The Bahamas.”

Breezes Reopens to Low Numbers

Superclub Breezes one of the few hotel properties reopening its doors yesterday after months of no occupancy due to the global health crisis.

Senators Lock Horns

Leader of Opposition Business in the Upper Chamber, Senator Fred Mitchell has called on the government to explain the entry of workers at the Baker’s Bay resort reportedly without COVID-19 tests.

Ranger guides grow in their new reality

A Whatsapp chat group of 16 Ranger Guides (14-16 year olds) formed in February 2020 to address the World Thinking Day theme: “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,” had no idea that their group would find themselves examining how they would cope in a different environment of a global pandemic. Rangers from Holy Family Catholic Church and St. George’s Anglican Church (East 1 District, New Providence), Exuma and Freeport Districts “Zoomed” their way through weekly meetings, which ended on 15 th June.