Colorful buildings along the water in Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas. GETTY
By Kaeli Conforti
It seems The Bahamas has had a change of heart regarding last week’s ban against American travelers. On July 24, just two days after the changes had gone into effect, Attorney General Carl Bethel shared a statement on Facebook about how the country would be moving toward a more consistent approach to keeping its residents safe from the Covid-19 pandemic instead of having tourism rules in place for certain countries and not others.
“The creation of a uniform framework means there is no longer any need to create any list of countries from which The Bahamas would accept commercial flights; which list thereby excluded other countries,” Bethel’s statement said. “Further, it eliminates the need to continuously add or delete countries, as their circumstances might change.”
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