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SAINT LUCIA BACK ON CDC TRAVEL ADVISORY LIST

The centers for disease prevention and control (CDC) has re-instated a travel advisory for St. Lucia. The CDC had no health warning for Saint Lucia due to the very low number of covid-19 cases. However, Saint Lucia has experienced a recent rash of infections. Nonetheless, tourism officials continue to Re-enforce …

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SAINT LUCIA SURPASSES 100 COVID 19 CASES

Saint Lucia’s total covid-19 cases have officially surpassed 100. Eight more cases were identified by health officials, bringing the overall confirmed positive covid-19 cases here to 105, as of the afternoon of Wednesday October 4th 2020. Public health officials insist that a dramatic rise in cases was anticipated, as Saint …

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FEDEE CONDEMNS ATTACK ON G I S

Minister for broadcasting Dominic Fedee has condemned the break-in at the Government Information Service (GIS) and the national Television Network (NTN) studios last week. Fedee in an interview with the media on Monday described the incident as “freaky”. He believes the incident was not a burglary, but a deliberate attempt …

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VENDORS BEMOAN END OF INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS

The vendors at the craft market are lobbying for more state-backed assistance. Despite concerns about the impact of the united kingdom lockdown on the local tourism economy, some vendors remain apathetic. The president of the vendors association explains that they need targeted support. According to peter “Ras Ipa” Isaac, this …

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SLTA ISSUES STATEMENT ON TRAVEL BUBBLE

The St. Lucia Tourism Authority is ensuring Pre-testing remains a requirement for travel bubble visitors, in light of the rise in covid-19 cases in sister islands. The affirmation comes as more territories opt out of the arrangement. The bubble was implemented to encourage regional trade amid the covid-19 pandemic and …

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FIRE LEAVES SOUFRIERE WOMAN HOMELESS

The Saint Lucia fire service had to contend with 61 emergency calls on the weekend. Five fires – one of which resulted in the displacement of one woman from Soufriere, topped the list of mishaps, warranting the attention of personnel of the emergency services.

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