Parliament: Order Of Business For December 4

December 3, 2020 | 1 Comment

The House of Assembly will be in session on Friday [Dec 4] and statements scheduled to be delivered include on Bermuda’s Technology Driven Covid-19 Response, the $1.35 Billion Dual Senior Unsecured Notes due 2030 and 2050, an update on Covid-19 Public Health Guidance, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, and the Fall 2020 Financial Support for Bermuda College Students & College Promise Merit Award Programme.

In addition, Health Minister Kim Wilson is scheduled to answer Parliamentary Questions from MP Michael Dunkley about the “details of the current supply of PCR test kits, reagents and PPE available on island, and provide an estimation of any potential shortages that may occur before the end of the year” and “the details of any arrangements the Bermuda Government may have with the UK or any other suppliers of a Covid vaccine, including the number of doses and estimated delivery schedule following approval by a reputable regulatory authority.”

Minister Wayne Furbert is scheduled to answer Parliamentary Questions from MP Susan Jackson about “the total projected dollar amount with a list of estimated expenses to fund a vertical farm facility in Bermuda” and a “list of job titles, with qualifications, needed to run the proposed vertical farm.

The Order of Business is below [PDF here]:

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  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    “The House of Assembly will be in session on Friday [Dec 4] and statements scheduled to be delivered include on Bermuda’s … $1.35 Billion Dual Senior Unsecured Notes due 2030 and 2050″

    [sigh]

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