For the sixth straight day, The Bahamas has not seen an increase in coronavirus cases. The number of confirmed cases remains at 102, according to the Ministry of Health COVID-19 dashboard.
55 people in the country have recovered from the potentially deadly virus while 36 others remain infected. Two of those cases are hospitalized.
Since the first case was diagnosed in March, 2,134 coronavirus tests have been completed.
Last month, The Bahamas entered phase 3 of its planned reopening, amid growing pressure from the public to lift the 24-hour curfew and end weekend lockdowns.
The easing of restrictions marked the end of the 24-hour curfew. Churches are able to resume services in the sanctuary on Sunday while restrictions on weddings, funerals and other gatherings have been relaxed to accommodate 30 people.
Beaches and parks have been opened on all islands except Bimini, Eleuthera, Exuma, Grand Bahama, Harbour Island, New Providence, Paradise Island and San Salvador.
Bars, gyms, barber shops, hair salons and movie theatres remain closed.