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Over 5924 people in Dominica gets jabs of COVID-19 vaccine

 Dominica: Ministry of Health, wellness of commonwealth of Dominica notified that they had vaccinated 5921 till the date 26th February 2021.

Belize: COVID-19 UK Variant Identified in Nasopharyngeal Swab

The Ministry of Health & Wellness (MOHW) of Belize has been working assiduously to protect and preserve the health of the Belizean population. It is in that regard that the Ministry informs the public that it has received 15 of the nasopharyngeal swabs that were sent to Baylor College in Houston for gene sequencing.

Premier Brantley congratulates ‘Four Seasons Resort’ on 30th anniversary

Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley congratulated the Four Seasons Resort, Nevis, on its 30th anniversary of services on the island. It was opened on February 14, 1991.

US Parliament introduces bill to monitor China’s censorship & threats

US senators have introduced a bill in the US Parliament to deal with the impact of Chinese censorship and its threatening tactics against the country's citizens and companies. The bill also proposes to monitor China's censorship and threats to other countries.

Ex- Bahamas PM Ingraham confirms with COVID-19

Ex-Prime Minister of Bahamas Hubert Ingraham confirmed with the coronavirus & he is admitted to Doctor’s Hospital on Tuesday with the coronavirus, but is expected to make a full recovery.

St Lucia Govt. rolls out income support programme for Non-NIC Contributors

The Government of Saint Lucia said that they continue to provide relief for citizens who have been adversely affected due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

St Lucia gets generous donation of ICT equipment from Taiwan

 Saint Lucia gets a generous donation of ICT Equipment which included laptops and tablets to the Patricia D. James Secondary School, formerly known as Vide Boutielle Secondary, on 25 February 2021. 

Jamaica: Measures being put in place for rollout of COVID-19 Vaccine

The Ministry of Health & Wellness of jamaica has been putting the necessary steps in place, in preparation for the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine over the island.

PM Mottley :Youth are not immune to COVID-19

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has once again warned young Barbadians that they are not immune or impervious to coronavirus, as one of their peers is currently hooked up to a ventilator at one of the isolation facilities.

100-day accomplishments of Ministry of Human Development, Families & Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs

The Ministry of Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs of Belize announced its accomplishments during its first 100 days.

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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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