MOT Emergency Coordinating Committee's efforts continue, says DG
The Bahamas Department of Meteorology has given the "all clear" signal for the Islands Of The Bahamas as Hurricane Joaquin moves away from the archiapelgo, but the Ministry of Tourism's (MOT) Emergency Coordinating Committee remains in the command center in constant contact with MOT representativ
HURRICANE JOAQUN: All Clear for the entire Bahamas
LPIA Opens After Hurricane Joaquin
HURRICANE JOAQUIN: ALERT #23 CORE BEGINS TO MOVE AWAY FROM THE CENTRAL BAHAMAS
ALERT #23 ON HURRICANE JOAQUIN ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY FRIDAY 2NDOCTOBER, 2015 AT 9PM EDT.
HURRICANE JOAQUIN: ALERT #22 Weakens slightly, Downgraded to Category 3
JOAQUIN WEAKENS SLIGHTLY AS THE EYE PASSES NEAR SAN SALVADOR. HURRICANE CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE OVER THE CENTRAL BAHAMAS FOR SEVERAL HOURS.
The Ministry of Tourism's Emergency Coordinating Committee has fully activated its command center in Nassau where it is monitoring the storm and checking in with hotels and Bahamas Tourist Offices on the islands.