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SLMDA URGES PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AMID COVID-19 SURGE

the Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) is urging the public to take personal responsibility for their health and safety, to mitigate the number of covid-19 cases. The SLMDA has voiced its support for the new protocols announced by prime minister Philip J. Pierre.

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PM PIERRE ANNOUNCES NEW PROTOCOLS TO TACKLE COVID-19 SPIKE

A 9:00 pm to 4 am curfew, a ban on mass crowd events, and changes in business hours, form part of the new covid-19 protocols aimed at reducing a recent spike in cases. Prime minister Philip J. Pierre outlined the authorities plan to address the rise in infections in an …

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M&C HOLDS VACCINATION DRIVE

M & C hosted a vaccination drive at its home depot branch in Vide Boutielle. The purpose is to get more persons immunized and to encourage others to do the same.

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DR. KING ISSUES DIRE WARNING TO THE UNVACCINATED

Consultant pathologist dr. Stephen king is issuing a dire warning to all Saint Lucians, especially the unvaccinated over the likely introduction of the delta variant in Saint Lucia. Experts explain that those who are yet to receive the jab are at great risk for severe illness and death, due to …

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NEW HEALTH MINISTER TOUTS EQUITABLE ACCESS IN FIRST DAY

Equitable access to health services, completion of the St. Jude hospital and motivating workers are at the top of the priority list for new health minister Moses Jn Baptiste. Jn. Baptiste has been making the rounds in the various departments this week, as he familiarizes himself with his new ministerial …

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Dismayed residents of Maynard Hill and Pavee looked on in horror on Wednesday afternoon, after the discovery of the body of 31-year-old Nayhim William. He had been reportedly shot and killed by masked gun men. This is the second fatal shooting this week.

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EDUCATION MINISTER SHAWN EDWARD FIRST DAY ON THE JOB

The new minister for education, Shawn Edward is tackling the pressing issues of the department head-on. This includes the scheduled re-opening of school in early September. The man tasked with one of the most important portfolios in the Philip J. Pierre administration, sat down with his charges on the first …

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