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By Valencia Grant (PRESS RELEASE) — The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has published new Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Regulations, which came into operation today, Saturday, August 1st at 5:00 am and shall expire at 4:59 am on Saturday, August 8th, 2020. The established curfew schedule remains the same: a curfew is in place from […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries, Honourable Dominic Fedee, convened an emergency meeting on Sunday, July 12 with tourism officials and management of all approved COVID-19-certified accommodations open for business during phase one, to better streamline Saint Lucia’s tourism relaunch. Management of the various hotels have […]

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Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee convened an emergency meeting on Sunday, after two visitors to Saint Lucia who were staying at a resort here violated COVID-19 protocols. According to a release from the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA), the two made their way into an area  that was restricted to them. “The Ministry of Tourism commends […]

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Press Release:– The Government of Saint Lucia continues to monitor the way forward as the nation prepares to move into Phase Five of the framework to reopen Saint Lucia’s society. Balancing lives and livelihoods and navigating a safe path towards coexisting with COVID-19 was the overarching focus of the Update to the Nation which was […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-George, have defended government's decision to keep the State of Emergency (SOE) in place. Scheduled to end on September 30, the officials argue that it is needed now more than ever as the country prepares to welcome back travellers. They addressed the matter yesterday during an update to the nation on the National Television Network.

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Prime minister Allen Chastanet has vowed not to call elections during the ongoing state of emergency. Speculation is rife that a trip to the polls for the electorate is near, after the leader of the country took to social media in late may 2020. But now the prime minister says that elections are the furthest …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, asserting that people are making ‘a big deal’ over the  COVID-19 current state of emergency, has been explaining why it is necessary. “Right now in Saint Lucia we can say that we are COVID free,” Chastanat declared during an interview Monday morning on Blazing FM. But he recalled that the   government has […]

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