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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet  has urged citizens to cooperate with enumerators conducting Saint Lucia’s 2020 census. He gave the assurance that information citizens provide during the conduct of the census is protected by law. “You have the highest assurance that any information which you provide will be dealt with in the strictest confidence,” the PM […]

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Newsweek:– Authorities have seized hundreds of frozen carcasses, including raccoons and leopard cats, from a refrigerator facility in Pingguo, southeast China, over fears the illegal meat could be harboring diseases akin to the coronavirus. Last week’s raid is one of the latest actions taken during the government’s crackdown on the sale of unregulated meat, after […]

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France 24:– A passenger jet taking winter-weary Canadians to Jamaica for a sunny holiday was forced to turn back after a passenger falsely claimed to have the coronavirus, the airline said Tuesday. The Westjet flight to Montego Bay was diverted to Toronto on Monday “due to an unruly guest,” spokesman Morgan Bell told AFP. “Out […]

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Victoria Hospital has suspended elective and day surgeries until further notice. A release Wednesday from the Department of Health and Wellness said the move is the result of the increase of Intensive Care Unit ICU patients at the health care institution. “The increase of ICU patients is as a result of a rise in violent […]

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UN News:- The World Health Organization (WHO) has taken steps to ensure that the coronavirus epidemic that has claimed hundreds of lives in central China does not spark a dangerous social media “infodemic” fuelled by false information. And in the face of concerns that people of Chinese descent are being discriminated against as fears grow over […]

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The leader of the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) has paid tribute to the late Neville Skeete. Philip J. Pierre issued a statement Wednesday describing Skeete as ‘an amazing human being’. Pierre’s statement is reproduced below: On Wednesday 29 January 2020, the Labour Party lost a cherished member and supporter in the person of Mr […]

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