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Press Release:-  WASHINGTON – March 10, 2020 –The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved today a US$20 million Human Capital Resilience Project for Saint Lucia to improve skills relevant to labor market demands and strengthen the social protection system through increasing resilience of the most vulnerable households to shocks. The project will offer skills training, […]

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Press Release:– While St. Lucia is not currently in the same situation as China, Italy and other countries regarding the Coronavirus, the St. Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) is asking the country as a whole to take a very proactive approach to mitigate the threat of the deadly virus. In light of the impending threat, the […]

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Jamaica Observer:– KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica is confirming six new cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) on the island. The cases, which bring to eight the number of confirmed cases, include: Two males, aged 63 and 67, who came into the island on March 7 from Trinidad, having travelled from Malaysia by way of Dubai […]

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Trinidad Express:- Trinidad and Tobago is reporting its first confirmed imported case of novel coronavirus COVID-19. Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh this afternoon disclosed that a patient had tested positive for the virus. The patient is a 52-year-old man. He flew into the country from Switzerland on Monday and self-isolated even before he began experiencing symptoms, […]

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ECCB:- In keeping with its strategic vision, the ECCB is demonstrating its commitment to promoting the sustainable use of natural resources and reducing its carbon footprint through its Greening of the Campus intiative. The initiative includes a Solar Canopy Project which is geared toward achieving the ECCB’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2022. The solar […]

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Minister for health Mary Isaac addressed concerns surrounding covid-19 outside parliament on Thursday 12th march. Saint Vincent and The Grenadines became the latest territory in the English speaking Caribbean to confirm covid-19 cases. With Saint Lucia being stuck between a rock and a hard place, the minister was asked about the possibility of an unknown …
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A lively session was held between a panel from the ministry of health and media professionals as part of a national media covid-19 seminar. The aim of the seminar was to engage the critical stakeholders tasked with communication and information dissemination.
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