Thursday, April 15, 2021

Regional News

Guyana receives 30,000 additional doses of Sputnik V vaccine

Guyana’s COVID-19 vaccination capacity was further boosted on Monday as an additional 30,000 doses of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine arrived at the Cheddi...

Queen Elizabeth Hospital activates emergency protocols

Barbados’ Queen Elizabeth Hospital emergency response protocols for severe weather systems, as outlined in the QEH Emergency Management Plan, have been activated. This includes...

Bermuda records first murder for 2021

Police in Bermuda have launched an investigation into the murder of a 37-year-old man who was shot after he left a card game in...

No new registrations for COVID-19 vaccine in Barbados, backlog to be cleared first

As Barbados’ Ministry of Health and Wellness’ Immunisation Unit resumes the administration of first doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from today, Thursday, April 8th...

Guyana’s Health Minister gets vaccinated and appeals for vaccine acceptance

Amid a noticeable increase in COVID-19 deaths and the number of persons who have been hospitalised with the more severe symptoms of the disease,...

Jamaica’s govt planning mass vaccinations

Jamaica’s Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton says he is anticipating a greater turnout for the upcoming islandwide COVID-19 vaccination blitzes, as additional stakeholders come...

Guyanese warned of COVID surge

Guyana’s Ministry of Health issued a warning to citizens to guard themselves against the current surge in new COVID-19 cases by following COVID-19 guidelines...

Barbados’ school protocols being worked on for April reopening

Barbados’ Principals are working with the country’s Ministry of Education to ensure all COVID-19 protocols are in place when face-to-face classes resume later this...

Small businesses in Guyana receive $99 Million in grants

Within the last seven months, the Government of Guyana, via the Small Businesses Bureau, has disbursed a quantity of grants to assist small businesses...

Barbados starts negotiations to obtain Johnson&Johnson vaccine

With the competition at an all-time high to get vaccines across the world, Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Mottley said Barbados had started...

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