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By Discover Dominica Authority (PRESS RELEASE) — The Government of Dominica has taken a responsible the decision to revise the COVID-19 Country Risk Classifications for travel from the CARICOM Travel Bubble, Low, Medium and High-Risk Countries. Effective Wednesday, November 18, 2020, St. Lucia has been reclassified to the HIGH RISK classification. Travelers from St. Lucia […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, welcomes a decision by the Dominican Republic to allow the naturalization of around 750 people born and raised in the country who were previously deprived of citizenship due to the immigration status of their parents. “This gives hope and dignity to hundreds of stateless people whose lives […]

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WASHINGTON – The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved US$16.4 million in additional financing for Dominica to support ongoing projects in the areas of agriculture and infrastructure for climate resilience and economic recovery from COVID-19 impacts. “Agricultural livelihoods, food security, and resilience to climate-related shocks are key priorities for Dominica. This financing will support […]

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(BVI NEWS) — A preacher from the Dominican Republic has been called before the Magistrate’s Court for allegedly attempting to burglarise a private residence in Myer’s Estate. The 41-year-old accused, Miguel Diaz Aquino, pleaded not guilty to attempted burglary and criminal trespass when he appeared before Magistrate Christilyn Benjamin on Thursday. He was granted $20,000 […]

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(ANTIGUA NEWS ROOM) — Dominica has recorded two additional cases of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has announced. He said health authorities acted swiftly to isolate two cruise ship workers who tested positive after sailing into the country aboard a repatriation vessel on May 27. Out of 37 passengers who disembarked, all were tested ...

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WASHINGTON – May 28, 2020 – The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved a series of Caribbean Regional Air Transport Connectivity Projects in four countries for a total of US$159 million, to enhance regional connectivity by improving the safety of air transport and the resilience of the airport infrastructure to natural disasters. Hewanora International Airport These projects include […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Dominica eases COVID-19 related restrictions effective May 7, 2020. The announcement was made by Minister for Health, Wellness and New Health Investment, Dr. Irving McIntyre in a statement to the nation on May 6, 2020. The total number of confirmed COVID 19 cases remain at 16, with 2 active cases. Fifteen persons ...

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CARICOM Today:– Minister of Health Dr Irving McIntyre on Saturday announced that the number of active cases in Dominica had dropped to three. Of the 16 patients who have tested positive, thirteen have recovered to date. There were no new cases reported in the past 18 days. Mr McIntyre said because of this, his Ministry’s technical […]

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Saint Lucia and Dominica have come to the assistance of Martinique in its battle against COVID-19, by supplying much needed medication to the French-speaking Island. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said he has since received a thank you letter from the President of the Martinique Executive Council – Alfred Marie-Jeanne. He explained that Martinique hospitals had […]

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