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FLOOD BEAUBRUN PRAISES CUBA FOR CONTINUED SUPPORT

Saint lucia’s health care system has received a major boost to counter the covid-19 crisis with the arrival of over 100 cuban medical professionals. The symbolic gesture of support signals a renewal of ties between the two countries.

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NEMO WARNS BUSINESSES TO COMPLY WITH LAW

The national emergency management (nemo) is imploring non-essential businesses to remain closed to prevent the in-country spread of Covid-19. Officials say a number of businesses have not been complying with authorities. Nemo is pleading with citizens to co-operate and assist the organization and health ministry in keeping the nation safe.

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CUBA MEDICAL TEAM ARRIVES TO AID COVID 19 FIGHT

113 medical professionals from Cuba are on Saint Lucia to help the island prevent an outbreak of covid-19. So far, Saint Lucia as recorded three imported cases and instituted strict measures including the declaration of state of emergency to slow the rate of transmission of the new coronavirus. The Cuba …

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ST LUCIA DISTILLERS MAKES HANDSANITIZER

A local manufacturer has stepped in to fill the gap created when local stores and shops ran out of sanitizers. This left thousands of St. Lucians defenceless in the fight to contain the spread of covid-19. As we hear in this report – St. Lucia distillers ltd partnered with the …

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BOSL ADDRESSED COVID PANDEMIC

Acting managing director of bank of Saint Lucia, Medford Francis has weighed in on Covid-19 pandemic and publicly addresses the most recent adjustments to the banking services made available by the bankers association of Saint Lucia

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SAINT LUCIA CARNIVAL ROLLS OVER TO 2021

(Press Release) Taking full account of the economic and public health implications associated with the spread and containment of COVID-19, the Government of Saint Lucia held several consultations with representatives of the carnival community, regarding the best possible strategy for Carnival 2020. In so doing, the Government sought a broad …

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OKEU PREPARES TO RECEIVE PATIENTS

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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ISAAC CONCEDES COVID-19 TESTING CHALLENGES

Minister for health Mary Isaac is appealing to individuals to practice social distancing and get tested to curb the spread of Covid-19. However, despite the exhortation, the senator conceded on Thursday that the island’s Covid-19 testing capabilities are still limited.

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