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Alert Severity: Warning
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 1 day 19 hours ago

The Government of Bermuda is aware of a series of fake social media advertisements connecting MP Wayne Caines to investment opportunities. 

Please note that these online advertisements are fraudulent. 

The public is strongly urged to ignore these persistent social media advertisements, report them to the social media platform on which they appear, and contact the Bermuda Police Service to report any online fraudulent activity.

For tips on how to avoid and report scams, visit: https://www.gov.bm/how-avoid-and-report-scams or contact the Bermuda Police Service.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Service Disruptions
Post date: 5 days 7 hours ago

The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) is advising that bus service will resume normal operation at 11:30am today.

Alert Severity: Warning
Alert Type: Public Safety
Post date: 6 days 22 hours ago

Residents are once again urged to ignore persistent social media messages from unknown individuals impersonating Government Ministers.

One of the latest examples is a fake social media profile – bearing the likeness of Deputy Premier and Minister of Home Affairs the Hon. Walter Roban – sending harassing messages to locals claiming “The U.N. is willing to give every individual at least $30,000 against the pandemic … We have our personal agent in charge of the grant cash. I can send you his link so you can text him and claim yours.”

Such messages are not legitimate and should not be responded to.

For tips on how to avoid and report scams, visit: https://www.gov.bm/how-avoid-and-report-scams or contact the Bermuda Police Service.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Service Disruptions
Post date: 1 week 6 hours ago

The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) is advising of an upcoming interruption in bus service on Thursday, 6th August 2020, from 10am until 1pm.

The temporary service interruption will facilitate a meeting for all bus operators regarding the transportation of students, under Ministry of Health COVID-19 guidelines, as schools are currently scheduled to re-open in September.

The DPT thanks the public for their continuing support.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 2 weeks 1 hour ago

Please note that the expiry date of any refrigerant handlers’ permits that were due to expire in 2020 have now effectively been extended from 31st July to the 31st October 2020.

This will allow additional time to coordinate the proposed meetings at Bermuda College that are a prerequisite, before the refrigerant handling permits can be re-issued for the next 5-year period.

Relevant information has already been sent directly to the known contact details of the existing permitted refrigerant handlers and HVAC companies on record.

In addition, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will notify all refrigerant handlers when the date(s) of the proposed meetings at Bermuda College are due to be arranged within the requirements of the COVID-19 regulations.

Anyone with questions or concerns regarding this process is encouraged to e-mail DENR at pollutioncontrol@gov.bm.

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