Jamaica records 48 new COVID cases and 3 deaths
Jamaica observed 48 new COVID-19 virus cases and reported three deaths due to the virus on 4 May 2021. These cases were confirmed by the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
Kamla Bissessar presents proposals to help underprivileged and middle-class men & women, keep their livelihoods after lockdown
Trinidad and Tobago: Leader of the opposition party-UNC- Kamla Persad Bissessar, presented some proposals for the poor and middle-class men and women to help...
Minister Stuart Young meets BHPTT to discuss BHP’s plans in T&T
Honourable Stuart R. Young, M.P. - The Minister of Energy and Energy Industries and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister conducted a meeting with the BHP Trinidad & Tobago Executives - Vincent Pereira- the Country Manager, and - Michael Stone, - incoming Country Manager.
Grenada PM to chair a special UGC committee of UWI
The Prime Minister of Grenada has been invited to chair a special committee of the university grant committee- UGC. On this PM, Mitchell stated, "It is an honour for me to accept an invitation from - The University of the West Indies to chair a Special Committee of the University Grants Committee (UGC)."
PM Holness states his commitment to free press on World Press Freedom Day
Jamaica: Prime Minister of Jamaica - Andrew Holness marks World Press Day and stated that his "Government would continue to engage with the media...
NEMO denies allegations on hoarding of relief supplies
NEMO- The National Emergency Management Organisation denied the accusations that NEMO is engaged in the hoarding of bed mattresses and supplies meant for the evacuees present in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
St Lucia records 13 new COVID cases while 30 individuals recovered from the virus
On May 3, St Lucia recorded 13 new COVID-19 cases. The Ezra Long Laboratory confirmed the COVID cases and provided information to the Ministry of Health and Wellness of St Lucia.
CAL Airlines to resume flights to Barbados, Grenada and Guyana islands
The Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has stated that it will resume commercial flights to and out of Barbados from Tuesday onwards.
TSA officials frequently visit the Bahamas to assess aviation security
Dwaine Murray - U.S. Transportation Security Administration- TSA representative recently concluded his official visit to The Bahamas island. He was involved in productive dialogue with the representatives from The Civil Aviation Authority of the Bahamas and the Airport Authority.
PNCR extends wishes to people of Guyana on ‘Portuguese Arrival Day’
Guyana: On the occasion of Portuguese Arrival Day - People’s National Congress Reform- PNCR extended greetings to all the people of Guyana island, especially...