[xml][/xml]
The Bahamas Weekly Facebook The Bahamas Weekly Twitter
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates Last Updated: Jul 26, 2021 - 1:11:32 PM


Prime Minister Minnis to address country on Wednesday regarding COVID-19 surge
By Office of the Prime Minister
Jul 25, 2021 - 8:34:58 PM

Email this article
 Mobile friendly page
Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis will address the country on Wednesday night, 28 July 2021 at 8pm, regarding the continued comprehensive measures his administration is taking to combat the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.

“The COVID-19 pandemic is the worst crisis in our country’s modern history.  Throughout, the Government has instituted a variety of measures, focusing on saving lives and livelihoods,” said Prime Minister Minnis. 

“As the fight continues, we must remain focused on prevention, preparedness and the future.”  

The Prime Minister will announce a series of measures to assist with care of people hospitalized with COVID-19, measures to limit the further spread of the virus, and an update on the country’s efforts to secure more vaccines.

The Prime Minister is focused on implementing policies that protect Bahamians while allowing commerce to continue in a safe and responsible manner.

The country’s economy has shown substantial gains on the road to recovery in recent months.  It is imperative that this continues.  The Prime Minister seeks to ensure that while acting to save lives Bahamians are able to earn a living.


Bookmark and Share




© Copyright 2021 by thebahamasweekly.com

Top of Page

Receive our Top Stories



Preview | Powered by CommandBlast

Bahamas Information Services Updates
Latest Headlines
Prime Minister the Hon. Philip Davis, Presented Instrument of Appointment
Prime Minister the Hon. Philip Davis took Oath Yesterday; Will be Presented Instruments of Office Today
General Election 2021
Minister of National Security Tours A.F. Adderley School Polling Location Ahead of General Election
Lab at Flamingo Gardens URC gets Bishop Charles Young nametag