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Bahamas reverses US travel ban but requires 14-day quarantine

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Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said US travelers would be blocked, a decision that was changed a few days later
Just days after Prime Minister Hubert Minnis announced US travelers would be blocked from the Bahamas during a coronavirus spike, the government changed course.

Americans are allowed, but they'll have to undergo a 14-quarantine in a government facility and pass a COVID-19 test at the end of their isolation, both at their own expense.

342 cases in the Bahamas

On Monday the Bahamas Ministry of Health put the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at 342.

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