Press Release: Hotline for passengers onboard March 4 AA Miami Flight

Thursday, March 5th, 2020 Yesterday evening (March 4), a passenger onboard the American Airlines’ Miami flight was identified by cabin crew as having influenza-like symptoms. That individual was provided with a mask and disembarked from the aircraft by the Port Health Nurse upon arrival at L. F. Wade International Airport. That passenger had no travel …

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Minister DeSilva Welcomes Anthem of the Seas to Bermuda

Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 Tomorrow morning, the Minister of Tourism and Transport, the Hon. Zane DeSilva JP, MP, will welcome the Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas’ arrival in Bermuda. Minister DeSilva will travel to the ship via pilot boat where he will board and remain there for the journey into King’s Wharf, Dockyard. “Recently …

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No suspected cases of Coronavirus aboard the Anthem of The Seas

Monday, February 10th, 2020 The following remarks delivered at a press conference today by the Minister of Health the Hon. Kim Wilson JP MP and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Cheryl Peek-Ball regarding Wednesday’s arrival of the Anthem of the Seas cruise liner. MINISTER WILSON Good Afternoon, I am holding this press conference today to hopefully …

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Travel Advisory from the Ministry of Health

Friday, February 7th, 2020 The Ministry of Health can advise that Bermuda has issued the following travel advice and restrictions today: Direct flights from China: The Government of Bermuda has put a restriction on direct flights from China. Given current commercial routes, this affects only private/corporate aircrafts.  Residents of Bermuda: Travel to mainland China should …

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Coronavirus Update from the Ministry of Health

Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 The Ministry of Health can confirm that there are no cases or known suspect cases of the coronavirus currently in Bermuda. To be classified as a “suspect case”, the World Health Organization (WHO) has defined specific criteria that an individual must have.  This includes a relevant travel history risk or contact risk.   It …

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