Minister: Self-Quarantine At Home For 14 Days

May 30, 2020 | 4 Comments

Anyone arriving in Bermuda after Sunday [May 31] will be allowed to self-quarantine at home for 14 days instead of being housed at a Government quarantine facility.

Speaking at the most recent press briefing, Minister of Public Works Lt/Col David Burch said, “The requirement to mandatorily quarantine will cease on Sunday except the approximately 20 remaining persons who will complete their time there at the dedicated facility.

“Anyone arriving in Bermuda after 31 May will be allowed to self-quarantine at home for 14 days [as was the case before a Government Quarantine facility was provide] subject to the following conditions:

  • Regular Police checks
  • Regular Health care visits”

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  1. Marcusbmco says:

    Good move. Let’s keep it up!

  2. Toodle-oo says:

    But can we trust that these people WILL do the right thing and be responsible ?
    I know of people who arrived back before the mandatory gov’t hotel quarantine that stayed inside their residences for twice the required time . I know of a family that put their young ones in guest houses for two weeks and forbid them to leave before they could come home into the house again but there was lots of stories going around about sightings of irresponsible people out and about when they should have been in their ‘self quarantine’.
    I hope the supervision and monitoring on this is very close .

  3. Sea says:

    So we are relying on people to be responsible. Have you ever met people…

  4. Kathy says:

    So what has changed to make this restriction lighter?

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