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(NEW YORK POST) – The coronavirus made it a very unhappy birthday for one Chinese man, who doused himself with gasoline and tied firecrackers around his waist when authorities canceled his party amid a ban on public gatherings. The 59-year-old wanted to hold a banquet with 10 tables in the southwest city of Chongqing on ...

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association recognizes the understandable heightened sense of anxiety among the populace particularly since the announcement of the mandatory quarantine initially of four returning (asymptomatic) nationals last week and more so, that of a non-national at a public health facility yesterday February 12, 2020. We fully recognize and […]

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(SNO) – Dominica will be donating 10,000 masks to China as the Asian country battles the dreaded novel coronavirus which has claimed over 1,000 lives and infected tens of thousands. In addressing the matter, Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, called on all nations to work diligently with China as it battles the virus which ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) – THE Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)’s Medical Microbiology Laboratory (CMML) is fully equipped and ready to test samples of suspected cases of the Coronavirus. According to CARPHA, Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – “I love you daddy.” These were the words Makisha Thomas, 8, repeatedly told her father Michael Maynard even when he beat her mercilessly, according to Celestine Oliver who said her niece could have been alive today if her desperate calls for help were taken seriously. Oliver said she called the police dozens ...

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Sky News:- The coronavirus is “the worst enemy you can ever imagine” and poses a greater global threat than terrorism, the World Health Organisation has warned. Urging the world to “wake up” and be as aggressive as possible in tackling the outbreak, the UN health agency has given a new name to the disease that has […]

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