The epidemiology department reports that out of 769 people who were tested today for the COVID-19 virus, 119 of them resulted positive: a positivity rate of 15%. This brings the number of active infections to 4550. 54 active cases have recovered.
Latest Covid-19 Update From Curacao
3 more patients died today from the COVID-19 in Curaçao. Bonaire Is Evacuating Patients To Colombia. Aruba Stops Non Emergency Surgery To Assist Curacao
431 people tested positive today. A total of 1,493 tests were conducted. A test ratio of 28.8 percent. There are now 103 people in hospital, 34 of whom are in intensive care. The total number of active cases is now 3,466.
VIDEO 2 American Tourists Robbed With Machetes In Curacao Info WILLEMSTAD Two American tourists were robbed on the Kaminda Brudernan di Brakepoti in broad daylight on Monday afternoon. That is the road between Caracasbaaiweg and Jan Sofat.
Five men driving a Kia Picanto forced the tourists’ car to stop. Three of them got out and threatened the Americans with machetes.
Three more people have died as a result of Corona Covid 19 in Curaçao. Eleven people hace succumbed to the virus in nine days.
Nine patients were admitted, but five people were also discharged. There are now 69 in the hospital, 22 of them in intensive care. There is also one patient from Bonaire, who is counted among the statistics there.
Again, two patients in Curaçao died from the consequences of Corona. Friday too. The number of deaths since the start of the corona crisis is now thirty. Today 278 people have tested positive. A total of 1,563 corona tests were administered. A test ratio of 17.8 percent. 63 people healed. Nine people have been hospitalized, one of whom had to be taken straight to the Intensive Care Unit. Three patients have been released from hospital. There are now 58 people, sixteen of whom are in intensive care. That includes one Bonairean, who is in Intensive Care.
Opnieuw zijn twee patiënten in Curaçao overleden aan de gevolgen van Corona. Vrijdag ook al. Het aantal doden sinds het begin van de coronacrisis is nu dertig. Er zijn vandaag 278 mensen positief getest. In totaal werden 1563 coronatesten afgenomen. Een testratio derhalve van 17,8 procent. 63 mensen genasen.
The examining magistrate has given the officers house arrest. They are also not allowed to have contact with each other. The investigation under the responsibility of the Public Prosecution Service in Curaçao is carried out by the Internal Affairs Office of the Curaçao Police Force and is still ongoing.
The three sailed along the coast and dropped four bales there, which ended up in the wilderness (mondi). It turned out to contain 217 kilos of marijuana. A backpack was also confiscated. The three men have been handed over to the police. https://koninkrijk.nu/2021/03/25/de-kustwacht-onderschept-boot-met-drie-man-op-zee-bij-curacao/
DUTCH MP ATTJE KUIKEN SENDING S.S. KAREL DOORMAN TO ARUBA, BONAIRE, CURACAO TO KEEP AN EYE ON COVID-19, MFK AND PNP👀
The Hague Member of Parliament Attje Kuiken (PvdA) is very concerned about the increase in the number of corona infections in Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire. Now that the hospitals on the islands have reached their borders, she would like to see the Dutch government send the naval vessel Karel Doorman to the Caribbean again.
Anti Dutch, Pro Independence MFK and PNP speed up the formation of a coalition for thorough development
Anti Dutch, Pro Independence MFK and PNP speed up the formation of a coalition for thorough development Willemstad The winners of the Parliament elections in Curaçao MFK and PNP barely needed a day and a half to obtain a declaration of willingness leading to the formation of a coalition.
The short statement states that both parties have “a thorough development”. of the island’s inhabitants, based on transparency, integrity, decency, hope
CURACAO: 21-YEAR-OLD SHOT DEAD
A 21-year-old man was shot dead on the night of the election. Around 10 p.m. the police received reports of shots in the vicinity of Batavierswijk.
The residents of Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten have faced major challenges since COVID-19 and the consequent loss of tourism. The poverty problem has increased sharply on the islands. At the moment, a total of about 80,000 people are helped with food aid made possible by the Netherlands.
👀 Another member of the No Limit Soldiers has been arrested in the Themis investigation. On Saturday, the 36-year-old S. was arrested after a short chase on the Schottegatweg-east. The woman recently […]
It is a projection and not the expected outcome,” says a spokesman. And: ,, It concerns the operating income and costs; the operational budget. Not for Central Bank duties. Our foreign exchange position is excellent. The newspaper Sint Maarten reported about it based on answers from Finance Minister Ardwell Irion to the States in Philipsburg. To the explains the press officer that “as a result of the corona crisis, interest rates on the international market have fallen sharply.” As a result, the interest income of the CBCS decreased, which resulted in a decrease of the interest income of approximately 18 million guilders in 2020. ” According to the Central Bank in Scharlo
Curacao Public Prosecutors’ O.M. Launches Massive Investigation Into Deviant Behaviour In The Police Force
Curaçao has started a major investigation into corruption and deviant behavior among police officers. Police officers are said to have been guilty of theft from homes or attempted theft, violation of the opium national ordinance and misuse of official powers. Internal Affairs Office of the Curaçao Police Force is leading the investigation that bears the name Outpost. Four suspects are currently detained, their custody has just been extended by eight days.
The suspects are restricted and can therefore only have contact with their counselor or counselor. Curaçao is plagued by police misconduct. In 2018, a large batch of cocaine
Curacao Government Wants Holland To Mind Their Business Concerning Their Involvement With Failed Drug Mule Airline Insel
The loss of Insel Air in 2019 and the involvement of the Curacao government with the airline in the months leading up to the bankruptcy should, if it is up to the Rhuggenaath government, to be covered up. “,”The loss of Insel Air in 2019 and the involvement of the Curacao government with the airline in the months leading up to the bankruptcy must, if it is up to the Rhuggenaath government, to cover up stay. This can be concluded from the attempts that journalist Yves Cooper is making to uncover important documents via the National Ordinance on Open Government (LOB). Documents that remain in the drawer because the responsible Minister of Traffic and Transport, Zita Jesus-Leito, does not want a peek behind the scenes and claims secrecy on curious grounds. Cooper has requested a multitude of documents with an appeal to the LOB. Apart from access to the economic license, which is already public and the decision of the Minister to withdraw that license, all other 22 requests for publication have been rejected. According to journalist Cooper, the government is making every ef