The Bahamas has a 3-level system. Each level tells us what measures we must take.
The COVID-19 level system was designed to help Bahamians manage and minimize the risk of contracting and spreading the virus. Each level signals the current state of different islands in the country and the risk for COVID-19. Islands are now designated a level based on how the virus is being managed on that island
At all levels, essential services including health services, emergency services, utilities, public pharmacies, fishing and farming and goods transport will remain up and running. Employers in those sectors must continue to meet their health and safety obligations.
At all levels, if there is a major emergency – like a hurricane – citizens and residents are advised to follow normal emergency procedures. Emergency evacuation orders will override COVID-19 Level System requirements to stay at home.
All islands must follow the current Emergency Orders imposed by the Government.
Level 3 -These islands experience restricted movement and curfews.
Level 2 – These islands experience commercial and social activity subject to safety protocols with curfew.
Level 1– Normal commercial and social activity has resumed on these islands and surrounding cays. Additionally, retailers may offer in-store service subject to safety protocols.