Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Restrictions In Eleuthera Will Be Relaxed, Says PM Minnis In Brief Blurb

 
Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis.

The Eleutheran

On Monday morning, November 30th, 2020, during an 11am ground-breaking ceremony for a Department of Housing subdivision in the Carmichael Village on New Providence, Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, near the end of his speech, announced the relaxation of weekend lockdown and weekday curfew restrictions which had been imposed on mainland Eleuthera beginning on November 8th, 2020, following a quick rise in confirmed Covid-19 cases on the island during the latter weeks of October and early November 2020.

The Prime Minister in his brief announcement, said, “I would like to announce here today that Eleuthera’s restrictive measures taken will be relaxed.  Eleuthera’s curfew will now commence at 10pm, as opposed to 6pm, and all indoor and outdoor restaurants can now function.  Patrons can now enter restaurants for indoor dining.  I advise that everyone sticks to the mitigation protocols for Covid-19.”  Read more >>