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Sands: Visitors Not Happy

One hotelier is hopeful the drop in COVID cases could lead to further relaxation of protocols as hotels remain under pressure from visitors.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – With the United States’ Centers for Disease Control (CDC) lowering The Bahamas’ travel health advisory level from four to three, one hotelier says he’s hopeful that the drop in COVID cases could lead to further relaxation of protocols as hotels remain under pressure from visitors.

Keile Campbell reports.



Baha Mar’s Senior Vice President Robert Sands says they’ve received complaints from visitors who are not happy with COVID protocols in place, such as the mask mandate.

Sands says based on other countries who are lowering if not removing their restrictions, he believes The Bahamas will follow course in due time.

Sands welcomes the lowering of the travel advisory warning level saying it’s a step in the right direction.

Sands said despite a number of hotels being closed for renovations, there’s been an uptick in business. He explains this is due to a ‘perfect storm’ of different factors.

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