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Prime Minister  Allen Chastanet and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Sharon Belmar-George will provide an update to the nation on Saint Lucia’s response to COVID-19, his office has announced.  The update has been scheduled for 4:00 PM today, Sunday March 29th 2020. The Prime Minister and CMO will be joined by acting Commissioner of Police Milton […]

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Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph says it’s no longer business as usual at the Transport Division. Last week the agency announced the suspension of services effective Mach 23, in an effort to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19. Licensing and registration activities, including theory and practical examinations for hopeful drivers, have been put on hold.

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Philip J. Pierre: It pains me when I hear the grief in the prime minister’s heart when he said Saint Lucians refused to listen to what will benefit them. We have to ask ourselves, why? Why is there such mistrust and division in a country of 165,000 people? Why can’t people understand that these measures have been put in place, not because anybody hates them, but for their own health?”

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Private physicians under the St. Lucia medical and dental association are working diligently with counterparts from Victoria Hospital, strategizing a safe, seamless transition of equipment and in-patients to the Owen King EU Hospital.
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Government of St. Lucia is implementing stringent social distancing protocols to keep covid-19 at bay. Prime minister Allen Chastanet has announced the closure of all non-essential commercial services effective Monday March 23rd, 2020. A curfew will be imposed to ensure compliance.
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Former Health Minister, Dr. Keith Mondesir, has lauded the initiatives taken by the Allen Chastanet administration to halt the spread of COVID-19 here,  but believes a suggestion that this country close its borders is extreme. “I commend them on their effort,” Mondesir stated in regard to ongoing efforts to stop the spread of the virus. […]

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