Writer: Macushla Pinder
The Minnis Administration has been patted on the way for the way it is handling the COVID-19 pandemic An editorial in the Jamaica Observer notes that “the approach and attitude” The Bahamas has taken to wrestle the virus is one Jamaica can learn from as it faces the tough decisions that “must be made now.”
The article considers the fact that The Bahamas is looking at a July 1 reopening with Prime Minister the Most Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis stressing that such a decision could be put off if need be.
The Bahamas government has developed a multi-phased approach to reopening the local economy with a complete shift to Phase II in the works.
Here is a country, read the article that means business.