2021-06-15 - 15:54:41 COMMUNITY |
Quarantine Process Overlooked For Reggae Artist
Confusion over whether reggae artist Shaggy quarantined upon arrival in Bermuda before his performance at the Revolve boating event last week.
A well placed source at the Ministry of National Security maintains the entertainer did not.
Our source claims he arrived on island and proceeded straight to the performance and left the following day.
However, another source contends Shaggy arrived the day before the event and left the Island Thursday morning.
Despite the conflicting information based on both claims it would not have been possible for there to have been a quarantine period.
We reached out to government's Department of Communication and Information for clarification on whether there is any truth to claims that Shaggy did not quarantine and whether anyone else who arrived here for the event also did not.
It's been two days and we have not heard anything back.
TNN will try to get a response during tonight's COVID press conference.
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