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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-George, have defended government's decision to keep the State of Emergency (SOE) in place. Scheduled to end on September 30, the officials argue that it is needed now more than ever as the country prepares to welcome back travellers. They addressed the matter yesterday during an update to the nation on the National Television Network.

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A tropical wave over the Lesser Antilles that had a ten percent chance of further development is losing steam, the Saint Lucia Meteorological Services says. But the system is still producing cloudiness and showers. However a Met Office official told St Lucia Times that it has not produced ‘significant’ rainfall yet. The official explained that […]

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Press Release:- The Taiwan Technical Mission has joined hands with the Banana Productivity Improvement Project (BPIP) and the Ministry of Agriculture to conduct a series of agricultural training sessions designed to improve production and promote quality control for exporting in the banana industry during the month of June.  A total of eleven (11) sessions were held […]

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By Yaron Steinbuch (NEW YORK POST) — As if the novel coronavirus isn’t enough to worry about, a disease that caused the Black Death and killed some 50 million people in the 14th century has raised its ugly head again, according to a report. Officials in China are on high alert after a case of […]

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BBC News:- Foreign students will not be allowed to stay in the US this autumn if their universities have moved classes fully online, unless they switch to a course with in-person tuition. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency said people could face deportation if they do not comply with the rules. Many universities are […]

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