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Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre has described as “political propaganda” claims that he is an atheist. The question of Pierre’s religious beliefs came up today during Chill & Chat— a program hosted by businesswoman Lisa Jawahir. “I am far from that,” Pierre told Jawahir when asked about the claims. “I am far from that. That […]

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(AP) – The virus that causes COVID-19 can be found in semen, Chinese researchers report in a small study that doesn’t address whether sexual transmission is possible. Doctors detected the virus in semen from six of 38 men hospitalized with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Four were still very sick with the disease while two were recovering. The ...

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Press Release:-  As of May 6, 2020 the World Health Organization reported a total of 3, 588, 773 confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally with 247, 503 deaths. There are now 1, 507, 148 confirmed cases in the region of the Americas. The affected countries within the region include Dominican Republic (8,480), Haiti (100), Barbados (82), […]

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(KAIETEUR NEWS) – The mining town of Linden is now battling with nine cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), six of which were recorded among the recent cases. This was disclosed by the Region Ten Regional Health and Emergency Committee (RHEC). It was discovered that five of the six persons are from one family, and ...

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Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir has addressed videos of a verbal altercation involving police officers and a group of individuals at an apparent “party.” Appearing on the National Television Network today , May 7, Desir said: “The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is privy to videos in circulation of an incident which may have transpired […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) director, Dr Carissa Etienne, is warning that lifting COVID-19 restrictions too soon could accelerate the spread of the virus and open the door for a dramatic upsurge in countries of the region. The warning came during a PAHO press briefing on Tuesday. She said governments should base ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – “Countries around the world have battled the spread of COVID-19 by closing borders, placing national restrictions on population movement and integrating further social distancing measures into everyday life. This was done to ensure that our health care systems are not overwhelmed in the identification and management of COVID-19 cases. In the midst ...

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