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Barbados PM Mottley writes to PM Modi for 200k doses of Covid-19 vaccine

 Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Mottley has written a letter to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi seeking access for 2,00,000 doses of the Covishield vaccine for as the island country is very much in demand to vaccines to provide required immunization coverage for a large segment of the population of 2,87,000, the PM wrote.

Barbados records new deaths due to COVID-19

Minister of Health and Wellness Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffrey Bostic informed that Barbados had recorded two new COVID related deaths after April 2020, with this total number of deaths due to COVID-19 goes to 9 in the country.

Barbados Govt to announce testing facilities for travellers from US

The Barbados Government is creating provisions to assure travelers to the United States have ready access to COVID-19 tests and their results.

Story of mysterious Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean roughly surrounded by Miami, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, where dozens of ships and airplanes have vanished. Unexplained events cover some of these accidents, including one in which the pilots of a squadron of U.S. Navy

Barbados borders would remain open to facilitate: PM Mottley

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley made this clear during an update to the nation from Ilaro Court Barbados’ borders would remain open at this time.

Barbados’ Dr Derek Alleyne: WHO WINS THIS OSCAR?

It is said that politics is like theatre. There seems to be some truth to that claim, for whenever this Government and in particular, the Prime Minister feels that public opinion has moved against it, a staged play is presented where the star and costars are selected to ensure the plot is articulated to the satisfaction of the star and to appease a gullible audience.

Dr Lynda ‘BAMP’ Prez urges Govt for strict COVID-19 steps

On Thursday, the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP) urged the Government to return to strict measures imposed during last year’s lockdown. At the same time, the authorities grapple with a wave in COVID-19 cases.

Barbados confirms 161 cases of COVID-19 at Island’s Dodds prison

Barbados has confirmed an outbreak of 161 new cases of COVID-19 at the Island’s Dodds prison.

PM Mia Mottley greets Barbadians on Christmas Eve

Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Mottley greets to the Barbadians through the social media.

Caribbean Airlines Cargo developing a Covid-19 vaccine transportation plan

As many countries made the COVID-19 vaccine, the Carrebian region is now stepping forward to it for transportation.

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Commodore Gorman becomes first female Chief of Defence Force in Jamaica

Three senior Jamaican Defence Force commanders were interviewed for their job

Antigua and Barbuda: 3 workers union starts legally opposing new vaccine mandate policy

The Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association had filed this lawsuit

Marigot Hospital built by MMCE to become milestone in Dominica healthcare development

MMCE had come up as an organisation that is committed to its work and project assigned

St Kitts and Nevis records 38 new COVID-19 cases

According to the updation, there are 761 people who have quarantined themselves at their residence

Trinidad and Tobago records 285 new COVID-19 cases

470,075 people have been fully vaccinated on the island