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Minnis: I Am Not to Blame for Covid Spike

Dr. Hubert Minnis is hitting back at suggestions that he is to blame for the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths, calling the claims nonsensicle.

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NASAAU, BAHAMAS – Dr. Hubert Minnis is hitting back at suggestions that he is to blame for the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths, calling the claims nonsensicle. 

Berthony McDermott has that angle. 

 



The former Prime Minister says he isn’t responsible for the recent spike in covid-19 cases and recommends that Health Minister Dr. Michael Darville follow the science.

As for the suggestion that the rise in cases could be linked to the general election, Minnis said its nonsense.

On Monday, Consultant Physician Staff Association President Dr. Sabriquet Pinder- Butler said the election could have led to the Covid spread on the islands.

Meanwhile, Darville insisted it was Minnis who called an election in the middle of a surge in cases.

Several family islands have seen an increase in recent weeks.

Dr. Minnis said his administration had a plan to protect the family islands.

Minnis also hit back at Darville’s assertion that his government did little to improve healthcare facilities on the Family Islands.

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