April 1, 2020
Stories this photo appears in:
NEARLY four weeks after Kimberly Johnson-Rolle became the country’s first COVID-19 death, her sister became one of Bimini’s latest confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday, a reality that has shocked but not shaken the resolve of the 58-year-old.
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis warned yesterday that tough times are ahead for the Bahamian economy and that Bahamians must be ready for “generational changes” to the country’s economic structure after the COVID-19 crisis ends.
In a national address on Wednesday afternoon, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis revealed there are six new cases of COVID-19 in New Providence.
HEALTH officials are awaiting test results to determine if a Bimini woman who died Monday night after an emergency medical flight to Nassau had COVID-19.