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SOE in Grenada to extend till November 2021

The State of Emergency - SOE in the Grenada region, which was scheduled to get expire on - 14 July 2021, is now set to be extended until the month of November 2021.

Bahamas: Help desks set up at COVID vaccination centres to aid appointments

The Help Desks have been set up at the COVID-19 Vaccination centres to assist with appointments of the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in the Bahamas.

100,000 Sinopharm COVID vaccines from China to arrive T&T on Tuesday

Amery Browne- Foreign and Caricom Affairs Minister has confirmed that the shipment of 100,000 Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines from China will arrive on Tuesday.

DLP asks government to fulfil their promise of providing affordable housing 

The Democratic Labour Party - DLP has stated that Barbados Labour Party - BLP administration has promised to build thousands of houses over the next two years. Yet Barbadians are left doubtful as there is little indication that housing is a priority of this administration.

Kamla asks PM Rowley to instantly protect citizens, calls him a failed leader

The opposition leader has stated that the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago- Keith Rowley, must act immediately to protect the island's citizens as T&T recorded its highest fatality rate of COVID-19.

SKNLP wishes International nurse day with a heartfelt message

The opposition - SKNLP party - St Kitts and Nevis labour party wished the nurses as the world celebrates International Nurse Day.

PAHO speeds up donations and technical aid to nations amid shortage of oxygen

Amid the shortages of health workers rise and oxygen supplies run perilously low, the Pan American Health Organization -PAHO increases donations and technical support to nations in Latin America and the Caribbean region.

Dominica records two new COVID-19 cases

Once again, the Commonwealth of Dominica has recorded two new COVID-19 virus cases just after few days, the island became COVID-19 free.

PM Harris talks about equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines at ACT meet

Saint Kitts and Nevis island - Prime Minister - Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris talks about the urgent need for equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines at the sixth ACT-Accelerator Facilitation Council meeting, held on 12 May 2021.

UDP displays concern over spike in crimes, asks government to intervene

The UDP party - United Democratic Party of Belize has expressed grave concern over the spike in violent crimes on the island.

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T&T to be under State of emergency amid COVID pandemic

During the media conference held on 15 May 2021, the Prime Minister of T&T - Dr Keith Rowley, announced a state of emergency with a curfew in place from 9 PM to 5 AM from today mid-night.

PM Briceno wishes teachers, a ‘Happy Teachers Day’

The Prime Minister of Belize - Johnny Briceno, wishes teachers on the eve of - Happy teachers day with a heartfelt message via social media.

FCB president – Higinio Velez dies of COVID-19

The President of the Cuban Baseball Federation,-FCB - Higinio Velez, dies after complications due to the COVID-19 mutant. He was also the manager when Cuba won Olympic gold in 2004.

Report: Jamaica sees hike in flight booking from US travellers

According to recently published data from - online travel agency cheap oair, Jamaica island is among the seven places that have seen a hike of more than 100 per cent in flight bookings from US travellers in the month of April 2021, compared to the month of January 2021.

Government can’t risk life of citizens by allowing travellers from Haiti: Darren

Darren Henfield - Minister of Foreign Affairs on 14 May 2021, stated, "The government cannot bear to risk the safety of Bahamians or the potential for The Bahamas economy to rebound by allowing travellers from Haiti.
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