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By Jorge Fitz-Gibbon (New York Post) — The death toll from a massive blast that rocked Beirut Tuesday has risen to at least 78 people — with officials blaming a shipment of ammonium nitrate that sat in a warehouse since 2013 for the deadly explosion that also injured nearly 4,000. The Lebanon defense council declared […]

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Saint Lucia health officials and the police will be working to reinforce COVID-19 protocols to protect citizens. The announcement has come from Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Sharon Belmar-George. She issued the following statement on Wednesday:  As of Wednesday, July 22, 2020 Saint Lucia has recorded a total of 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 22 of […]

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By Yaron Steinbuch (NEW YORK POST) — As if the novel coronavirus isn’t enough to worry about, a disease that caused the Black Death and killed some 50 million people in the 14th century has raised its ugly head again, according to a report. Officials in China are on high alert after a case of […]

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The Department of Health and Wellness continues to play an integral role in protecting the well-being of our citizens. One of the key actions taken at the commencement of in country cases of COVID-19 was the closure of our national borders to routine travel. However, even within these restrictions, the Department of Health and Wellness […]

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Education officials in Saint Lucia are expecting that there will be a safe re-opening of school in September, 2020, for all students. But they say it all depends on the advice of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Medical Officer. “We are praying and hoping that with all of our protocols in place, with […]

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Tourism officials are denying claims in a viral voice note of the post Covid-19 de-certification of all taxi drivers. The permanent secretary in the ministry of tourism sought to clarify the policy changes at a stakeholder consultation regarding procedure for the reopening of the borders. During the exercise, taxi drivers were availed of the new …
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"How much longer must our police and justice officials wait before they get the working home they so rightly deserve?" This was the question posed by Prime Minister Allen Chastanet today, a day after the government recommenced demolition works on the Royal Gaol prison — to pave way for a new police headquarters and halls of justice. The Saint Lucia National Trust has not taken lightly to the demolition, but in a statement today, the prime minister argued that the problem of poor working conditions must tackled once and for all.

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