National Report by Minister of the Public Service National Insurance Brensil RolleView/Download
US Embassy Charge d'Affaires a.i., Mr. John McNamara (left), paid a courtesy call on Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames...
The Ministry of Health confirms today that there are one hundred ninety-four (194) additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. As stated in Update #196, the long holiday weekend led to delayed reporting from a number of laboratories. Hence, the one hundred ninety-four (194) additional COVID-19 cases today is an additive effect of the cases recorded and reported during the period 7th - 13th October, 2020.
The Cabinet Office announces for general information that the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), located on Gladstone Road and NEMA’s Way, will be closed effective Wednesday 14 October 2020 for deep cleaning and sanitizing due to a staff member having tested positive for COVID-19.
The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) and Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) getting a boost to its ongoing management of the COVID-19 pandemic through a partnership with the international NGO Samaritan’s Purse. The organization will set up a twenty (20) bed tent hospital at PMH to manage COVID-19 cases.
Committed to providing a superior customer service experience, The New Providence Water Development Company (NPWDCo.) has taken the digital leap, teaming up with MobileAssist® to provide its customers with a convenient and secure bill payment platform from their mobile device.
It is the World’s first-ever global safety and hygiene stamp for Travel and Tourism, especially designed amidst the Covid-19 pandemic and for other similar outbreaks. The Bahamas, through the TDC, will accrue both benefits and responsibilities as a user of the Safe Travels stamp to maximize its positive impacts.