Bahamas Tourism Not Affected By Covid Restrictions

Even with new covid restrictions, leaders of the tourism and hospitality industry in the Bahamas feel as if the country’s tourism will not be affected. BHTA President, Robert Sands, says the Bahamas as a whole has been taking covid safety and security very seriously and that there will not be any impact on the industry. […]

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BAARK! Mobile Clinic Coming 2022

Baark! Bahamas is proud to announce they will be launching a mobile clinic to perform spay and neuter surgeries in Nassau and the family islands. Baark! will concentrate first in Nassau when the mobile clinic launches in January 2022. Then, travel to family islands in late 2022 and into 2023. The nonprofit organization has already […]

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Bahamas Pet Lovers Interact Virtually

PAW MANIA to bring together vets & experts from 4 Countries for interactive session Pet Food Institute to Offer First Regional Pet Lovers Webinar July 27  Pet owners and animal lovers will have an opportunity to interact virtually with experts from around the region and beyond when the Pet Food Institute presents the first-ever Caribbean […]

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Nassau’s U.S. Embassy Remains Pride Ally

Throughout the month of June, the United States Embassy in Nassau joined other U.S. Embassies around the world – from Kingston to Moscow – in raising the rainbow Pride flag over our buildings and residences. We were often joined by other western Embassies in a combined effort to raise awareness of the human rights of […]

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Second Mission Sends More COVID-19 Vaccines to Family Islands

On Monday, June 21, the Rhode Island National Guard (RING) began its second mission to partner with The Bahamas Ministry of Health and the National COVID-19 Vaccine Consultative Committee to distribute 7,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses eight Family Islands, with deliveries again planned for Mayaguana, Acklins Island, Crooked Island, Cat Island, Long Island, Inagua, Bimini, and […]

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