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|2020 coronavirus pandemic in The Bahamas|
|Arrival date||15 March 2020|
(2 weeks and 4 days)
On 15 March, the first case was confirmed.
On March 20, the Prime Minister announced a 9pm to 5am curfew, restrictions on private gatherings, and closure of most in-person businesses, with limited hours for food stores and farmers' markets, pharmacies, gas stations, laundromats, banks, construction, and restaurants (limited to take-out only). Essential workers for the government, utilities, and media were exempted, as were health care providers and suppliers. The airport remained open, but only essential travel was allowed on public buses.
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