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105 BORDELAIS INMATES TEST POSITIVE FOR THE COVID-19 VIRUS

A covid-19 outbreak at the Bordelais correctional facility has sent corrections officers into overdrive to separate the infected prisoners from the general population. 105 of the 155 confirmed covid-19 cases on Monday are prisoners. The infected inmates will now have to contend with time in isolation, as they recover from …

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Home Affairs Minister Awaits Day he Can Expose Skeletons

The united workers party has endorsed Hermangild Francis as its candidate for the Vieux Fort south seat. Last week the minister for national affairs Hermangild Francis shut-down the media on questions of his perceived shortcomings in public office. However, Francis who balked on the questions, instead pointed the finger at …

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SAINT LUCIA RECEIVES 25 THOUSANDS DOSES OF COVID-19 VACCINE

25, 000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from India landed in St. Lucia on Monday March 1st. Government officials who were on the tarmac at the George Charles airport, expressed gratitude to the Indian government for its continued partnership with the OECS member states.

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HOMICIDE IN MICOUD

St. Lucia records its 8th homicide for the year, earl Dennis of Micoud village is found dead at his home on Saturday morning.

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BAR OWNERS GIVE GRAB AND GO POLICY THE THUMBS DOWN

Castries bar owner Frank Williams says the grab and go policy may not be ideal for bars. The government lifted the suspensions on liquor licenses this week. However, patrons are not permitted to consume liquor on the licensed premises.

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