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Close the caskets for now

  Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anton Best is recommending funeral homes end open casket services, out of an abundance of caution, as the COVID-19 cases in Barbados rise to 33 today. Speaking on a radio call-in programme on Sunday, Dr. Best said there was much that the medical community knew about the new coronavirus […] The post Close the ...

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Ministry of Education temporarily ceases operations

  In response to Stage 3 of Barbados’ National Preparedness Plan for COVID-19, the Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training has advised that its offices at the “Elsie Payne Complex”, Constitution Road, St. Michael, will be closed from today, Monday, March 30, until Tuesday, April 14. Members of the public are asked to send […] The post Ministry of ...

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Ministry of Education temporarily ceases operations

  In response to Stage 3 of Barbados’ National Preparedness Plan for COVID-19, the Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training has advised that its offices at the “Elsie Payne Complex”, Constitution Road, St. Michael, will be closed from today, Monday, March 30, until Tuesday, April 14. Members of the public are asked to send […] The post Ministry of ...

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GG: “This too will pass”

  In a speech meant to calm and assure nervous citizens, Governor General Dame Sandra Mason told Barbadians on Sunday night that as difficult as the current period was, “this too shall pass”. In a televised ten-minute presentation that was also carried on social media, Dame Sandra, called on Barbadians to remain calm, follow the […] The post GG: “This ...

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US charges Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro with ‘narco-terrorism’

SOURCE: BBC NEWS: The US has charged Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro, and other senior officials in the country with “narco-terrorism”. It accused them of flooding the US with cocaine and using drugs as a weapon to undermine the health of Americans. The charges were announced by Attorney General William Barr. A $15m (£12.5m) reward is […] The post US charges ...

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US charges Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro with ‘narco-terrorism’

SOURCE: BBC NEWS: The US has charged Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro, and other senior officials in the country with “narco-terrorism”. It accused them of flooding the US with cocaine and using drugs as a weapon to undermine the health of Americans. The charges were announced by Attorney General William Barr. A $15m (£12.5m) reward is […] The post US charges ...

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US charges Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro with ‘narco-terrorism’

SOURCE: BBC NEWS: The US has charged Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro, and other senior officials in the country with “narco-terrorism”. It accused them of flooding the US with cocaine and using drugs as a weapon to undermine the health of Americans. The charges were announced by Attorney General William Barr. A $15m (£12.5m) reward is […] The post US charges ...

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Grenada records six new cases of COVID-19

SOURCE- CMC – Grenada today announced six new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and urged the population to continue to follow the guidelines outlined by health officials in a bid to stop the spread of the virus that has killed more than 18,000 people worldwide. Health Minister Nickolas Steele told a news conference that among […] The post Grenada records ...

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Grenada records six new cases of COVID-19

SOURCE- CMC – Grenada today announced six new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and urged the population to continue to follow the guidelines outlined by health officials in a bid to stop the spread of the virus that has killed more than 18,000 people worldwide. Health Minister Nickolas Steele told a news conference that among […] The post Grenada records ...

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Grenada records six new cases of COVID-19

SOURCE- CMC – Grenada today announced six new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and urged the population to continue to follow the guidelines outlined by health officials in a bid to stop the spread of the virus that has killed more than 18,000 people worldwide. Health Minister Nickolas Steele told a news conference that among […] The post Grenada records ...

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