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MONTOUTE LEADS COVID-19 RELIEF CHARGE

Minister for social transformation and Gros Islet mp Lenard Spider Montoute has vowed to accelerate relief assistance to the less fortunate during the covid-19 curfew. The minister, who visited the studios of radio 100 on Friday, admitted that Saint Lucians were caught off-guard by the 24-hour curfew, which he says …

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CANARIES LEARNS LESSONS OF COVID-19 SHUT DOWN

All was quiet in the Canaries village and residents were obeying the order to stay home. That’s the word from a leading official in the canaries disaster committee, following a rocky start to Covid-19 lock-down measures.

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SAINT LUCIA FACES COVID-19 TESTING CHALLENGES

Dr.Wayne Felicien of the Ezra long laboratory at the owen king eu hospital says as saint Lucia awaits supplies, it has reverted to sending samples to the Caribbean public health agency (CARPHA) to test for Covid-19.

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OKEU WELCOMES FIRST BABY GLEN

Dr.Wayne Felicien of the Ezra long laboratory at the Owen King EU hospital says as saint Lucia awaits supplies, it has reverted to sending samples to the Caribbean public health agency (CARPHA) to test for Covid-19.

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SAINT LUCIA RECORDS CASE NUMBER 14

As of April 3, 2020 the World Health Organization reported a total of 972, 640 confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally with 50, 325 deaths. There are now 247, 473 confirmed cases in the region of the Americas. The affected region includes Dominican Republic (1380), Haiti (16), Barbados (45), Jamaica (44), …

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ICAR CALLS ON CARICOM TO SEEK REPARATIONS

President of the Iyanola council for the advancement of rastafarian (ICAR) Aaron Alexander is singling out CARICOM leaders to lead the charge in seeking debt relief for Caribbean and african nations amid the covid-19 crisis.  

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PUBLIC URGED TO HEED SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES

Government officials continue to call on the public to heed the advice of public health officials and practice social distancing to reduce the chances of Covid-19 infection. Videos and pictures have emerged on social media, following the temporary opening of small stores showing people in proximity to one another.  

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