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Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-George has announced that results for 59 samples have been received and they are all negative. Speaking at a press briefing this morning, the CMO said: “We have received the samples for 59 tests done from the community in our respiratory clinics, and all of the 59 have been negative. […]

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Saint Lucia authorities say they have been deluged by requests to adopt a newborn baby who was dumped in the garbage at Bois Patat, Castries. “It looks like we will have to provide security for this baby,” one official told St Lucia Times with a chuckle. The child is now at the Owen King European […]

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Press Release:- The Government of Saint Lucia is continuing its strategic approach to Saint Lucia’s COVID-19 response which has led to our island’s keen management of the crisis and the announced recovery of all 18 confirmed cases.  As the Government charts the road to recovery, plans are being shared for the measured and phased approach to […]

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A newborn baby was found abandoned at Morne Du Don, residents of the area say. The say the child, a boy, still had the umbilical cord attached. According to one resident, someone heard the child crying Friday morning, went to investigate and discovered the infant in the bag. A heart-wrenching video of the discovery was […]

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Attorney at Law Mary Francis has chided civil servants over their attitude towards the government’s wage offer amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, lamenting what she described as the public servants ‘parasitic tendency’ towards the state. Members of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) have voted overwhelmingly to reject the government’s offer of fifty percent […]

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Barbados Today:-  LIAT today said it will be extending the suspension of its passenger services to May 31st, given the current border closures and travel restrictions within its regional network. Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones explained that the airline continues to monitor the efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic and that the further extension is […]

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The Allen Chastanet administration has unveiled a Covid-19 related bond offer through the citizenship-by-investment program. Amid one of the deepest recessions in recent history caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, countries the world-over are seeking to raise capital through innovative and unconventional means to keep their respective economies from the abyss.
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The National Insurance Corporation has begun rolling out payments to qualified persons under the economic relief program. The NIC is tasked with the mammoth task of providing income relief to contributors who were displaced by the Covid-19 pandemic. The NIC has received more than 18 000 applications thus far.The National Insurance Corporation has begun rolling …
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