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At least two individuals who arrived here Friday from Martinique and were immediately put in quarantine out of concern that may have contracted COVID-19, have escaped from the facility where they were being kept. Confirmation came from National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis who said he believed about two persons had fled. Francis spoke in an […]

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Hon. Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, Minister for External Affairs and Member of Parliament for Castries Central, together with the staff of the Synergy Project, visited Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) Headquarters on 19 March 2020 to deliberate on how TTM can help bolster food security in central Castries to mitigate the potential impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus to food supply.

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The reduction in occupancy levels and the cancellation of bookings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on Saint Lucia’s vital tourism sector. During an interview on Monday, the Chief Executive Officer of the Saint Lucia Hospitality and Tourism Association, Mr. Noorani Azeez, noted that some properties have been hit harder than others. In an attempt to minimize loses, tough decisions are being taken. He expressed hope that sooner rather than later, this situation would be a thing of the past and that the next stage of conversations would be centred on a measure of economic stimulus for the private sector.

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At last week’s parliamentary session a seemingly taken aback Gale Rigobert found cause to exclaim: “Mr. Speaker, I’m beginning to sense there are some people who are wishing and willing this thing [the coronavirus] upon our shores, for political reasons. We are Saint Lucians in this House. We are all Saint Lucians!”

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Every Caribbean country has its own unique footprint on the internet, thanks to its domain name. Saint Lucian sites are instantly recognisable from their ‘.lc’, Jamaica is identified by ‘.jm’, and Grenada by ‘.gd’. Known as country code Top-Level Domains (ccTLDs), there are more to these handles than just a convenient means of finding your way around the web.

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Press Release:– The Consulate in Martinique would like to inform that on March 20th 2020, the vessel PERLE operated by L’Express des Isles , arrived in St. Lucia with ninety two (92) Saint Lucian nationals from Guadeloupe, Dominica & Martinique.  One day prior to the arrival of the vessel in St.Lucia (Thursday 19th March),  the Consulate […]

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BBC News:- Young people are not immune from coronavirus and must avoid socialising and communicating it to older, more vulnerable people, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. The choices made by the young can be “the difference between life and death for someone else”, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. Over 11,000 patients have died […]

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