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Aruba hospital can hardly handle the influx of corona patients anymore

Aruba hospital can hardly handle the influx of corona patients anymore
The Horacio Oduber Hospital in Aruba can hardly handle the influx of corona patients. On Wednesday, five new patients were admitted to the corona ward and one person to intensive care. This means that the number of corona patients here has risen to 41 and the critical limit has been reached. Chairman of the Board of Directors Jacco Vroegop sounded the alarm the day before

Updated Breaking! Minister Knops Power Overrules The Council: COHO Controversy Fully Explained English & Dutch

On Monday, Dossier Kingdom Relations reported that the Council of State has passed a damning judgment on the draft Kingdom Act for the establishment of the Caribbean body for reform and development (COHO) that must direct and supervise the spending of loans that the Netherlands has on Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten will provide as well as the implementation of the required reforms. Today the sequel. In a way, the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations comes above the governments of the countries In its 20-page advisory report, the Council of State of the Kingdom of the Kingdom Act filters the Caribbean body for reform and development (Coho). It starts off nicely: The Advisory Division of the Council of State appreciates the intentions expressed

Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs Commemoration Speech of the 373rd Anniversary of the Treaty of Concordia

Today March 23, 2021, though having special significance for me, as the day I became a mother for the first time, it is the day that we celebrate Treaty of Concordia Day. As Madam VP Valerie Damaseau said, “Since 2018, we have been working to make it more than about nice speeches.” As Melissa just said as well and as the youth said on Saturday, “Time for talk has finished.” Let today be the last day we only just talk about it.

SSRP Income and Unemployment Support Application Open for April 2021

The SSRP Income and Unemployment Support online portal is now open for application requests for the month of April 2021. Both programs of the St. Maarten Stimulus and Relief Program disburse ANG 1,150 for the applicable month to approved persons who demonstrate a financial need for the support. In order to receive continued financial assistance, new and existing applicants must submit a support request monthly t

Nature Foundation Reminds Residents and Visitors to Take Care During Sea Turtle Nesting Season. St Maarten, The Caribbean

The Nature Foundation Sint Maarten encourages residents and visitors to protect adult sea turtles and their eggs by limiting lighting and disturbances along the shore, and reporting sea turtle activity to the Foundation. With the start of the annual sea turtle nesting season, three endangered sea turtle species are expected to lay their nests on many of Sint Maarten’s beaches from April until November and sometimes even as late as in December. The Nature Fou

Government of Sint Maarten Congratulates Curaçao on 2021 General Elections

Philipsburg – On behalf of the Government of Sint Maarten, the Council of Ministers hereby take this opportunity to congratulate the Movement for the Future of Curaçao (MFK), party, and particularly its leader Gilmar ‘Pik’ Pisas – with his overwhelming support from the population and winning the election held in Curacao on Friday, March 19, 2021, with 9 out of 21 seats. The people of Curaçao have clearly spoken, and congratulations are also extended to the PAR, PNP, MAN, KEM and TPK parties winning seats to represent the people of Curaçao.

The Dutch corona support is a return to colonial times. So says Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs in The Washington Post.

The Dutch corona support is a return to colonial times. That says Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs in The Washington Post. The newspaper quotes the Prime Minister of Saint Martin as saying it is about a racial settlement in the Caribbean. Jacobs thereby refers to the conditions her island had to agree to in order to receive corona support. This week, Sint Maarten filed a petition with a UN special rapporteur on racism, accusing the Netherlands of racial discrimination and violations of international rights. https://curacao.nu/coronasteun-sint-maarten-is-terugkeer-naar-koloniale-tijd/

CENTRAL BANK CURACAO ST MAARTEN PROJECTED TO LOSE ALMOST FLS 90 MILLION Guilders.

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

Summary of the epidemiological situation COVID-19 on theCAS-BES islands, week 7Compiled by the National Institute for Public Health.

200 on Aruba, 63 on Sint Maarten, 39 on Curaçao, 10 on Bonaire, 0 on St. Eustatius and 0 on Saba. Curaçao counted 0 to 8 positive tests per day last week. The number of active infections is still the same as last week, when 59 active infections were also reported on the island. A total of 4,652 COVID-19 infections have been reported up to February 15. One patient is admitted to the nursing ward and one to the ICU. The incidence increased to 21 reports per 100,000 subjects last week, compared to 16 / 100,000 at week 5. Surveillance of circulation of SARS-COV-2
variants so far shows one case of the VOC 1.1.7 (British) variant in Curaçao. In Aruba, the number

William heads to The Hague July 4

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William heads to The Hague July 4th PHILIPSBURG–Prime Minister William Marlin will lead a small delegation to The Hague on Tuesday, July 4, for the hearing before the Council of State.
The hearing has to do with the protest St. Maarten has filed against the Dutch Government over the dispute between St. Maarten and the Netherlands regarding the Integrity Chamber, the Dutch Government’s appointment of a quarter master and the instruction received by St. Maarten on this matter.

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau Rolando Brison (left) and Senior Policy Advisor at the Cabinet of the Minister of Tourism Julian Lake (right) are in Miami, Florida attending the Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course hosted by Routes Latin America. This course shows destinations and tourism authorities how to boost tourist numbers through route development. Tourism authorities and destinations have an important role to play in route development. Airlines have said that the support offered by destination partners is one of the most important factors when deciding whether to launch a new route, and they prefer to deal collectively with stakeholders who have a unified approach. The course shows participants how to utilize their collective resources to beat the competition and win new air services. Brison and Lake are picture here with instructor David Appleby of Routes Latin America.

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Emmanuel: No contract given to Lake, no $900,000 for metre walls

Phase 4 of Back Street repairs to commence Sxm Government

Emmanuel :PHILIPSBURG–Minister of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure VROMI Christophe Emmanuel on Monday dismissed claims that a US $12,000 monthly contract had been given to former Member of Parliament (MP) Maurice Lake to serve as advisor for the board of Utilities Company GEBE. He also debunked assertions that hefty contracts were given to clean around the metre walls of the utilities company.

Melissa Gumbs PFP THE BIG FAT LIE

Melissa Gumbs The Big Fat Lie

SXM GOVERNMENT HOOKERS

Nobody Prostitutes Like the St Maarten Government

Two Dutch Parliamentarians One Dirty Hooker

Prostitute Nardy Cramm Parliamentarians André Bosman and Ronald Van Raak

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