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(St. Lucia News Online) — St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Health Minister Luke Browne announced Friday, March 27 that the island is to date, free of cases of the dreaded coronavirus (COVID-19) disease. Brown said the island’s only confirmed coronavirus patient has now recovered. He said the patient did a repeat test which turned out ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Four more Jamaicans have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 24 hours. This brings to 30, the number of confirmed cases in the island. Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton made the announcement a short while ago at a press conference of Jamaica House. There are now 20 imported cases of the ...

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The national emergency management (nemo) is imploring non-essential businesses to remain closed to prevent the in-country spread of Covid-19. Officials say a number of businesses have not been complying with authorities. Nemo is pleading with citizens to co-operate and assist the organization and health ministry in keeping the nation safe.
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113 medical professionals from Cuba are on Saint Lucia to help the island prevent an outbreak of covid-19. So far, Saint Lucia as recorded three imported cases and instituted strict measures including the declaration of state of emergency to slow the rate of transmission of the new coronavirus. The Cuba personnel will help the island …
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Saint Lucia police are shutting down non-essential businesses that remain open during he current COVID-19 crisis, it has been announced. “The majority of persons are adhering but in terms of the business places where they are not adhering, the police officers are out there – they are causing them to be closed,” Acting Police Commissioner […]

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(THE ROYAL GAZETTE) — A countrywide curfew will be imposed between 8pm and 6am from Sunday, the Premier said today. David Burt added it would be a “rolling curfew”, which can be imposed for three days at a time. Curfew breakers will face up to six months in jail, a fine of $2,880 or both. ...

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(AP) — A Serbian court has sentenced a man to three years in jail for flouting self-isolation orders. The state Serbian TV says the first such sentence in the Balkan country was handed out during a video linked court session in an eastern Serbian town. The TV says there are 112 people in detention in ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Veteran reggae singer Bob Andy died at his St Andrew home, after a brief illness. He was 75. His death was confirmed by singer Marcia Griffiths. “He died this morning at 8:00 am,” a tearful Griffiths told OBSERVER ONLINE from her Florida, USA base. “Yesterday, I did a video call with him.” ...

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(AFP) — With their health in jeopardy and customers evaporating, ladies of the night in France are struggling as the novel coronavirus threatens their livelihoods — and there is no safety net in sight. Many are being forced onto the streets as they lose their incomes, at a time when police are enforcing government orders ...

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