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SAINT LUCIA RECORDS SECOND COVID-19 RELATED DEATH

As of November 10th 2020, Saint Lucia has recorded over 140 cases of the Corona Virus, and now 2 deaths. Furthermore, this is following a huge spike within the country where within the span of just a month, cases have jumped from 28 t0 over 100. The public is advised …

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SURGE IN COVID-19 CASES SPUR HOSPITAL BED CONCERNS

Some worry that the respiratory hospital may not be completed in time, as covid-19 cases continue to soar. The number of cases jumped from 28 to 131, in a matter of weeks with 99 patients in active care as of Sunday November 8th 2020.

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JOSEPH ADDRESSES DELAYS AT RESPIRATORY HOSPITAL

The minister for economic development Guy Joseph says resources will not be diverted from St. Jude to speed up construction at the Victoria Respiratory Hospital. Last week authorities announced that patients would be temporarily re-located to the turning point rehabilitation centre because of space constraints.

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SAINT LUCIA RECORDS CASES #143 TO #148 OF COVID-19

PRESS RELEASE This afternoon Tuesday November 10, 2020 the Ministry of Health received confirmation of six new cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of cases diagnosed in country to date to 148. Case #143 is a 47 year old male from the Micoud district Case #144 is a …

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SURGE IN COVID 19 CASES SPUR HOSPITAL BED CONCERNS

Some worry that the respiratory hospital may not be completed in time, as covid-19 cases continue to soar. The number of cases jumped from 28 to 131, in a matter of weeks with 99 patients in active care as of Sunday November 8th 2020.  

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DRIVING INSTRUCTORS PROTEST OUTSIDE GOVERNMENT OFFICES

Representatives of the National Association of Driving Schools (NADS) claims it is unfair that the infrastructure ministry has suspended their operations without dialogue with stakeholders. The association led a demonstration outside the government buildings on the waterfront on Monday. They join a list of organizations which bemoan what they claim …

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