April 2, 2020
Kim Johnson-Rolle from Bimini tested positive for COVID-19.
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SOME people in Bimini fear there could be more cases of COVID-19 on the island after a husband and wife tested positive for the virus. So far there have been three confirmed cases on the small island, including deceased Kim Johnson-Rolle, the sister
RESIDENTS of Bimini said they are not worried about a surge of COVID-19 cases sweeping the island despite one resident dying from the coronavirus and another testing positive for the contagious disease.
CORONAVIRUS fears on the Family Islands have heightened now the country has recorded its first COVID-19 death of a Bimini woman, officials told The Tribune yesterday. This comes after Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis on Wednesday urged Family Island
BIMINI residents are concerned about a possible spread of the COVID-19 virus on the island after Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis cofnirmed the Bimini woman who died in New Providence Monday night tested positive for the disease.