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St Kitts and Nevis records 6 new COVID-19 cases

According to the updation, there are 751 people who have quarantined themselves at their residence

Jamaican Charlyne Smith becomes first black woman to complete PhD in Nuclear Engineering from University of Florida

After getting a scholarship from Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland, she continues for a PhD

CELAC nations have capacity to find solutions to problems, says PM Skerrit

Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit addressed the meeting of the head of states at the CELAC (Community of Latin American and the Caribbean States) Summit held in Mexico City.

LoP Douglas urges SKN to move towards one goal in post COVID era

In his message marking the 38th Anniversary of political independence (September 19), the former prime minister noted it is certainly difficult to ask anyone in these trying times to accept that this is the new normal.

“CELAC can serve as a voice for the unity and cooperation,” says PM Pierre

Prime Minister of St Lucia, Philip J Pierre attending his first conference after being elected to the highest office in St Lucia, expressed that he feels privileged to be in the company of the members of CELAC. 

Bahamians ousted PM Minnis, Philip Brave Davis new PM of Bahamas

Voters in the Bahamas ousted Prime Minister Hubert Minnis in a quick election on Thursday as the economy was crumbling to recover from its deepest crash since at least 1971.

Grenada govt partnering with diaspora to support bus operators amid COVID-19

Ministry of Transport proceeds to provide support to bus operators to assist them in improving compliance with COVID-19 protocols and coping with pandemic's economic impact.

Barbados reports additional 110 cases of COVID-19 and 3 new deaths

Ministry of Health and Wellness announced 110 cases of COVID-19 in Barbados out of 1,787 samples sent for testing and 3 deaths related to coronavirus

St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party lauds its prosperity agenda

Labour believes that no man, woman or child should be left out of the prosperity agenda. The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party has always held true to its mantra

St Kitts and Nevis logs 33 new COVID-19 cases

total of 1,589 people been reported positive, and other 33,935 people who were reported negative

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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

PM Gaston Browne handed over 11 renovated homes recipients

These houses have been included in the €5 million-euro project, which focuses on the rebuilding and renovation of the homes