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HEALTH and Wellness Minister Michael Darville.

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Morgue ‘can handle’ major catastrophes after refurbishment

HEALTH Minister Dr Michael Darville said Princess Margaret Hospital’s Rand Lab has the ability to handle an influx of bodies following its recent refurbishment.

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Request for proposals soon to award contracts for new Grand Bahama hospital

HEALTH and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville said Friday a request for proposals to award contracts for the building phase of a new Grand Bahama hospital is coming soon.

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Uptake of paediatric COVID vaccine ‘slower than expected’

HEALTH and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville revealed that the uptake of paediatric doses of the COVID-19 vaccine is still not going as well as anticipated. At last report, there were about 700 doses that had been administered, Mr Darville told The Tribune on Tuesday.

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Govt in talks over monkeypox vaccine

HEALTH and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville says his ministry is in negotiations with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) for the acquisition of monkeypox vaccines, which, he said, will be administered to high-risk individuals.

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NEW FUNDS VITAL IN HEALTH CRISIS: Years of underfunding hospitals and staff has left system on its knees

FORMER Health Minister Dr Duane Sands says the country needs to find sustainable funding to address many of the long-standing challenges plaguing the public healthcare system.

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Bahamian diagnosed with case of malaria

A BAHAMIAN man who recently traveled to West Africa tested positive for malaria yesterday, according to the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

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Darville: $50m in unbudgeted debt when I took office

HEALTH Minister Dr Michael Darville said yesterday that upon taking office he found about $50m in unbudgeted debt in his ministry.

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Second monkeypox case being examined

HEALTH and Wellness Minister, Dr Michael Darville said there is another suspected case of monkeypox in the country.

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$1.6m contract signed for morgue upgrades

THE Public Hospitals Authority has signed a contract for approximately $1.6 million with Pinnacle Investment Company Limited for the renovation and upgrades of the morgue at Grand Bahama's Rand Memorial Hospital.

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Suspected monkeypox patient airlifted out of country

A FOREIGNER who was being monitored for suspected monkeypox was airlifted out of the country last week, Health and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville confirmed yesterday.

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SUSPECTED CASE OF MONKEYPOX: Health Minister says patient in isolation for tests after signs of virus detected

A FOREIGN national who recently travelled to The Bahamas is being closely monitored by health officials for suspected monkeypox, Health and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville revealed yesterday.

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Minister confirms hospital case rise not due to COVID

HEALTH and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville has confirmed that the increase in COVID-19 cases is not linked to the rise in hospital admissions, but is associated with a high volume of people suffering complications from chronic non-communicable diseases.

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Darville tells World Assembly of healthcare plans

HEALTH Minister Dr Michael Darville said the government is working to recruit public health specialists and allied health professionals to pave the way for telemedicine platforms and the digitisation of medical records.

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Darville to lead Geneva delegation

A DELEGATION headed by Health Minister Dr Michael Darville has left the country to attend the 75th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Cases up - but no change in restrictions

DESPITE a recent increase in COVID-19 cases, Health and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville said the government is not at this time considering tightening measures.

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EXUMA DEATHS: CALL FOR AUTOPSY IN U.S. – Findings still not released over tourist fatalities at Sandals

FAMILY members of the three American tourists who were found dead at Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Exuma earlier this month want US pathologists to perform another autopsy on the victims, Health Minister Dr Michael Darville revealed yesterday.

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Three American visitors found dead at Sandals, Exuma – No foul play suspected

THREE foreign nationals were found dead at the Sandals Emerald Bay Resort in Exuma on Friday, confirmed Health Minister Dr Michael Darville.

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Darville: Efforts to improve vaccine rates ‘not effective’

HEALTH and Wellness Minister Dr Michael Darville said social mobilisation, inclusive of gifts and prices, were not effective in sparking uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in The Bahamas.

Comments

ted4bz 7 months, 1 week ago

Y'all still running on with this nonsense? Over 60% of us are unvaxx, already survived 2 years of this nonsense with or without the flu, and besides that the population have increased, not shrink. But then again no one is concerned with facts, only parroting, trying to sound smart, fear and money. All this cut throat nonsense has us in this quagmire of a mess in the first place.

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