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The Bahamas Government sent a Bahamasair jet to pick up Bahamian students out of Kingston and harm’s way of Hurricane Matthew said to be a category 4 storm with winds of 150 miles per hour.  The following statement was issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs last night:

UPDATED ADVISORY — From The Ministry of Foreign Affairs On Hurricane Matthew For Students In Jamaica 

For Immediate Release

BahamasAir Flight from Kingston, viagra generic Jamaica at 9:00pm Tonight

01 October, generic cialis 2016

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to inform Parents of students studying in Jamaica, as well as students themselves, that a BahamasAir flight will depart from Norman Manley International Airport at 9:00pm Tonight, in Kingston Jamaica. Persons are asked to be at the airport at least two (2) hours prior to departure (6:00pm).

The Jamaican Government and the education institutions have assured the Bahamas Government that all the necessary safety precautions are in place in preparation of the hurricane for those who choose to stay.

Persons wishing to join this flight are asked to contact the Honorary Consul Ms. Alvita Knight immediately at Telephone:876 997 0249, email: ajyanpk@yahoo.com. You will be asked to provide names and date of birth.

Students and parents  can also visit the Ministry’s  website  or Facebook  page at:  mofa.gov.bs andwww.facebook.com/mofabahama

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Warnings for Students In Jamaica and Cuba

UPDATED ADVISORY — From The Ministry of Foreign Affairs On Hurricane Matthew For Students In Cuba

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
On Hurricane Matthew For Students In Cuba
For Immediate Release

30 September 2016

Further to its earlier advisory for students in Jamaica, The Ministry has also been monitoring the development of Hurricane Matthew with respect to Cuba. Hurricane Matthew is expected to impact the eastern part of Cuba, where there are a few Bahamian students. The Ministry will be in continuous contact with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Meteorological Department for further developments due to the storm.

The Ministry has taken note of the protocols and measures put in place by the Government of Cuba to ensure the safety and well-being of all persons in Cuba, nationals and foreigners alike, and urges all Bahamians to play close attention to the directives of the Government of Cuba to ensure their safety. Bahamians students who are studying in or living in Cuba can be assured that their safety is the Bahamian Government’s priority. Parents, Guardians and the wider public can be assured that the necessary protocols, through the Government of Government will be followed to ensure all Bahamians are safe and secure.

For emergency situations within Cuba, Bahamians can contact our Embassy, Amb Alma Adams, yellow_elder@outlook.com, or at 011 537 206 9918/9919 – Ext 114, 011 535 263 0838, 011 535 263 1986 and 1 305 921 0274. If any student feel that there is an immediate concern, please contact the Embassy Immediately. Students and parents can also visit the Ministry’s website or Facebook page at: mofa.gov.bs and www.facebook.com/mofabahama.

The Ministry will continue to monitor the matter and keep the Bahamian public updated.

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Advisory From
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
On Hurricane Matthew For Students In Jamaica
For Immediate Release

30 September 2016

Parents of students studying in Jamaica, as well as students themselves, have contacted the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration about Hurricane Matthew and the apparent course toward Jamaica.

The Ministry has been monitoring the development of Hurricane Matthew. and the Ministry will be in continuous contact with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Meteorological Department for further developments due to the storm.

The Ministry has taken note of the possible directional course of Hurricane Matthew. The many Bahamians students who are studying in Jamaica can be assured that their safety is the Bahamian Government’s priority. Parents, Guardians and the wider public can be assured that the necessary protocols, through the Government of Jamaica will be followed to ensure all Bahamians are safe and secure.

Bahamian students are urged to take the necessary precautions and prepare for the storm as required and directed by Jamaican authorities. For emergency situations within Jamaica, Bahamians can contact our Honorary Consul Ms. Alvita Knight at ajyanpk@yahoo.com or at 876 997 0249. Students and parents can also visit the Ministry’s website or Facebook page at: http://mofa.gov.bs/and www.facebook.com/mofabahama

The Ministry will continue to monitor the matter and keep the Bahamian public updated.

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