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Express des Isles has cancelled Sunday’s planned ferry service between Martinique and Saint Lucia, it has been announced. The company had originally announced a cessation of its operations amid the global COVID-19 pandemic and a lock down in Martinique. The move left a number of Saint Lucians stranded on the French speaking Island. But this […]

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(CNN)With California residents being asked to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and all “non-essential businesses and areas” being closed down, officials in Los Angeles are making sure that marijuana is still available to the public. Marijuana dispensaries are being deemed as “essential businesses,” as they are allowed to remain open […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — A $20-million “survival” stimulus package was announced Friday night by the Prime Minister to provide critical assistance to thousands of people and businesses in light of the expected calamity from the coronavirus crisis. She has enlisted the social welfare system, the private sector, banks and pop icon Rihanna in the effort. In ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Social activist Hamilton Lashley has blasted churches for deciding to close their doors during the COVID-19 crisis. Lashley told Barbados TODAY that he was left hopping mad after learning that the Anglican Church has decided to suspend services for the next two weeks as a result of the presence of COVID-19 on ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Four people were charged with killing Basil Springer, whose decomposing body was retrieved from a well on March 11. They are Kyle Chad Rasheem Archer, 26 years, #59 Bayview Avenue, Bayville, St Michael; Jamar Darnelle Mottley, 32, of Lower Dayrells Road, Christ Church; 22-year-old Leeann Sasha King and 27-year-old Shaneka Avonda Clarke, ...

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(AP) — At least 38 people have tested positive for coronavirus in New York City jails, including at the notorious Rikers Island jail complex, the board that oversees the city’s jail system said Saturday. In a letter to criminal justice leaders, Board of Correction interim chairwoman Jacqueline Sherman wrote that at least 58 other people ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Crammed inside a prison cell is the last place one would want to be as the outbreak of an infectious disease ravages communities and threatens to destabilise the world. The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has spurred governments worldwide to advise their public to maintain social distancing, and to self-quarantine where necessary. However, ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — There was relative calm at quarantined Cornpiece settlement in Hayes, Clarendon, on Friday, day two of lockdown, as the Government mobilises to contain the local spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the island. This, except for one man, Adrian Nembhard, a resident of the community who complained that the package ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) would be ready for a general election next February if the outbreak of the coronavirus is brought under control by mid-year. That is the assessment of EOJ boss Glasspole Brown after the outbreak of the respiratory ailment, or COVID-19, and the containment measures imposed by the ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — h Trinidad and Tobago now recording 49 cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Caribbean country has closed all borders, effective midnight tonight. T&T Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh revealed yesterday that the 40 new imported cases were among 68 people quarantined at Camp Balandra on Trinidad’s north-east coast. They were among ...

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