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PM Admits to Breaking Quarantine

Free National Movement leader Michael Pintard slamming Prime Minister Philip Davis following the admission he broke quarantine.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Free National Movement leader Michael Pintard slamming Prime Minister Philip Davis following his admission that he broke quarantine before Christmas to visit a store owned by late businessman Leon Griffin. The National Security Minister was asked whether there would be a fine.

 



While delivering remarks during the memorial of businessman Leon Griffin, Prime Minister Philip Davis made the bombshell revelation that when he was supposed to be in quarantine when he dropped by Griffin’s store.

In December, Davis revealed that he was in quarantine after his wife Ann Marie Davis and other family members tested positive for covid-19.

The prime minister said once he left quarantine, he was surprised to meet Griffin inside the store. He said he thinks he was the last person Griffin saw in person.

Sometime later, he said his aide received the all-clear to pass by.
Griffin was murdered shortly after he parked in his driveway in winton on December 23rd.

The prime minister who is fully vaccinated and received a booster shot said he took multiple Covid-19 tests and all were negative. At the time, exposed individuals were required to quarantine for 14 days.

Breaking quarantine is an offense that carries a fine of $500. 


Munroe added that it’s up to the police to decide if they will fine the prime minister and stressed he doesn’t interfere with their duties.





 

While delivering remarks during the memorial of businessman Leon griffin, prime minister philip davis made the bombshell revelation that when he was supposed to be in quarantine when he dropped by Griffin’s store. 

In december, davis revealed that he was in quarantine after his wife ann marie davis and other family members tested positive for covid-19.

The prime minister said once he left quarantine, he was surprised to meet Griffin inside the store. He said he thinks he was the last person Griffin saw in person.

Sometime later, he said his aide received the all-clear to pass by.

Griffin was murdered shortly after he parked in his driveway in winton on December 23rd.

The prime minister who is fully vaccinated and received a booster shot said he took multiple Covid-19 tests and all were negative. At the time, exposed individuals were required to quarantine for 14 days.

Breaking quarantine is an offense that carries a fine of $500.

Munroe added that it’s up to the police to decide if they will fine the prime minister and stressed he doesn’t interfere with their duties.

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