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(Reuters) – Ecuador’s government has begun storing the bodies of victims of the coronavirus in giant refrigerated containers as hundreds of deaths in the city of Guayaquil, the centre of the country’s outbreak, have already filled morgues and hospitals. Ecuador has confirmed 318 deaths from the virus, one of the highest tallies in Latin America. ...

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(Reuters) – A conspiracy theory that links 5G mobile telecommunications masts to the spread of the novel coronavirus is dangerous fake news and completely false, Britain said today after masts in several parts of the country were torched. When asked by a reporter about the so called “theory” that 5G telecommunications masts could play a ...

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(Reuters) – President Donald Trump told Americans to brace for a big spike in coronavirus fatalities in the coming days, as the country faces what he called the toughest two weeks of the pandemic. “There’s going to be a lot of death,” Trump said at a briefing with reporters. He pushed back on criticism that ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Approximately 4,500 persons who arrived in the island between March 18 and 23 and have not contacted the Ministry of Health & Wellness are to face the full brunt of the law for violating the Disaster Risk Management Act. Of the 5,100 persons who entered the country during the stipulated period, a ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — The current shutdown of nonessential businesses and other restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19 can “possibly” be extended beyond April 15. So said Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Friday as he lamented that Trinidad and Tobago’s COVID-19 situation is expected to worsen in the coming weeks. “We expect things to ...

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ST. JOHN’S ANTIGUA, April 3, 2020 – LIAT will suspend all passenger services for the next fourteen days due to the impact of COVID-19. The airline will only operate charters and cargo flights during this period. Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Julie Reifer-Jones explained that the imposition of travel bans and border closures had ground regional travel […]

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A 10 year old male was found in an unresponsive condition when emergency services responded to a report of a drowning at Jetrine, Saltibus, it has been reported. Officials disclosed that Fire Officers from Crash Fire Hall – Vieux Fort found the ten year old without vital signs after responding to an emergency call about […]

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Minister for social transformation and Gros Islet mp Lenard Spider Montoute has vowed to accelerate relief assistance to the less fortunate during the covid-19 curfew. The minister, who visited the studios of radio 100 on Friday, admitted that Saint Lucians were caught off-guard by the 24-hour curfew, which he says was in the best interest …
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