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Haitians are being forced to leave Dominican Republic

Haitians are being forced to leave the Dominican Republic quickly, causing widespread panic in the simultaneous spike.

China donates 22 table tennis tables to Dominica

The Peoples Republic of China has donated 22 ping-pong (Table Tennis) tables to Dominica to help the sports sector of the country. The donation was received by the Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit on Tuesday December 8, 2021.

Public sector will reopen from December 31- Holness

The mandatory work from home order placed for all the public sector workers since 2020 is finally coming to an end by December 31.

Barbados records 106 new Covid-19 cases

On Monday, the Best dos Santos Public Health Laboratory, Barbados have recorded 106 new Covid-19 cases

Melissa Skerrit inaugurates Santa’s Mall at Roseau Bayfront

  Embarking on Christmas and new year, Parliament Representative from Roseau Central, Mrs Melissa Poponne Skerrit, inaugurated Santa's mall at Roseau Bayfront. She also congratulated...

New entry protocols sets up for St Kitts and Nevis incoming travellers

The national Covid-19 special Taskforce is working with port officials, health authorities, and other stakeholders to review the entry protocols for travellers to slow down the continuous rise in Covid-19.

Barbados recorded 131 fresh Covid-19 cases

The Best dos Santos Public Health Laboratory have recorded 131 new cases of Covid-19 on Saturday

A special team visits Dominica to review UK Aid investments

A special team led by Development Director for the Caribbean, Stefan Kossoff and Climate Change Team leader Richard Carter visited several sites across Dominica to review the investments made by United Kingdom Aid (UKAID) to help the country fight the climate change.

CELAC & China hold virtual talks, discuss economic loss caused by pandemic

The third Ministerial Meeting between China and the Community of Latin American and the Caribbean States took place on Friday via video conferencing.

38 unvaccinated individuals succumbed to COVID-19 in Dominica: Dr Ahmed

Dominica has confirmed 38 new Covid-19 cases, in which 34 are antigen and 4 PCR positive cases

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