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VIRUS CASES RISE IN CHILD POPULATION: Vaccine controls for youngsters may be behind infection rise

DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen says health officials have noted higher coronavirus infection rates among children, a grouping that does not have the same broad vaccine coverage as other subsets of society.

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STAY ALIVE - PROOF IS IN THE NUMBERS: Less than 5 percent of fully vaccinated are admitted to hospitals

LESS than five percent of people fully vaccinated in The Bahamas have been infected with COVID-19 and fewer than one percent of recovered patients have been re-infected with the disease, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen has said.

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GB doctor’s vaccine claims: ‘No official complaint made to Ministry of Health’

ALTHOUGH a well-known Grand Bahama doctor has claimed his family suffered adverse side effects from the AstraZeneca shot, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen says there was no official complaint made to the Ministry of Health.

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‘Plans in place to save vaccines from power outages’

DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen has maintained that the Ministry of Health has a proper contingency plan in place for the protection of COVID-19 vaccines in the event there are power outages that could compromise vaccine supply.

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People ‘may need a booster shot’ for COVID

DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen said it is likely that people who are vaccinated against COVID-19 this year may need a booster shot in the future to continue their protection against the disease.

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Doctors call for vaccine timetable

CONSULTANT physicians are hoping officials will soon release a timeline regarding when a COVID-19 vaccine will be available for administration in the country.

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‘Brennen’s switch to U.S. is fine with me’

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis confirmed yesterday that Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen has relocated to Baltimore, Maryland, and is working remotely on border issues related to COVID-19.

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Brennen: I’m not resigning my post

DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen has denied social media claims that he submitted a notice of intention to resign.

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Grand Bahama women spread virus breaking quarantine

A MOTHER and daughter who contracted COVID-19 while abroad broke quarantine rules when they returned to Grand Bahama and subsequently infected eight other people with the disease, according to Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen.

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COVID-19: 21 new cases, Deputy PM tests negative but will self quarantine

A RECORD 21 new COVID-19 cases were recorded yesterday, 20 in Grand Bahama and one in New Providence, bringing the country’s toll in virus infections to 174.

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HEALTH officials have recommended that residents travelling outside the country for “a short period” of time do not need to produce a negative COVID-19 test to return home, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen said yesterday.

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Darville: Brennen treated unfairly

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party COVID-19 task force co-chair Senator Dr Michael Darville has criticised Free National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer for criticising Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen.Dr Brennen, pictured, told The Tribune this we

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Health chief’s answer on why islands stay shut: ‘I HONESTLY DON’T KNOW’

DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen said he does not know why some Family Islands without COVID-19 cases have not been allowed to resume normal commercial activity, saying that is not a Ministry of Health level decision.

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Bimini death was not due to virus but heart failure

A WOMAN who died on Bimini this week did not test positive for COVID-19 before her death, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Delon Brennen said yesterday. An autopsy will be performed to determine the woman’s cause of death. Officials previously said t

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Welcome back: Returnees flying in today face checks on if they go home

ONE hundred and ninety Bahamians returning to the country today could have their homes evaluated to determine if they qualify for home isolation or have to be quarantined in a government facility.


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