The public health goal is to prevent the exponential explosion of COVID-19 by the curfew, social distancing and the “lockdown” of many businesses.
However, a paper published on March 25, 2020 by the Chan School of Public Health at Harvard, states that, “It’s unlikely one
“What the citizens of the world share in common, is the fear and panic associated with the threat of contagion and an uncertain future.” — Dr. Timothy Barrett
One of the most common expressions that we hear daily is, “Oh! What a time!” And what a
Some landlords in The Bahamas still expect tenants to pay rent despite the fact that many people have been laid off from work due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
They argue that landlords still have responsibilities to meet during this time.
“If I give consideration
Some landlords are considering reducing rent on their commercial properties by 50 percent, or deferring the payments to the end of the lease in order to help businesses affected by the country’s shutdown as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19), Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate MCR Bahamas
Following a report that several men charged with violating curfew on Grand Bahama were allegedly homeless, Bishop Walter Hanchell, chairman of Citizens For Justice Bahamas, condemned their arrests as “wrong and totally unjust”.
The curfew was imposed by the prime minister as an attempt to contain the spread
Alicia Culmer says she’s never been the one to go out all the time, but just knowing that she’s restricted by law with the country under a 24-hour curfew in an effort to contain COVID-19, has made staying at home difficult for her.
“It feels like
The National Basketball Association (NBA) in the United States was one of the first major sporting leagues to suspend play because of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no concrete date as to when it will resume, but this Friday, it was revealed that there are
By this time, the Government Secondary School Sports Association’s (GSSSA) soccer season is usually in full swing. Instead, schools have been closed from March 16 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and its effect on The Bahamas and school sports has halted as well. Schools are set to reopen
The government is seeking to extend the 24-hour curfew in The Bahamas until April 8 and implement a grocery shopping schedule in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced tonight.
This comes as the number of confirmed cases of
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis has reiterated the Progressive Liberal Party's (PLP) general support for the measures the government is taking in an effort to contain COVID-19 in The Bahamas, but called on the Minnis administration to allow liquor stores to operate, and also objected to the