A Roundup of Regional Coronavirus headlines ANTIGUA & BARBUDA SEVENTEEN PERSONS CHARGED FOR VIOLATING CURFEW (antiguaobserver.com). Seventeen people will appear in court this week charged with curfew related violations. Apart from these arrests, Commissioner of Police Atlee Rodney said... The post COVID-19: Regional Roundup 6 April 2020 appeared first […]
Fellow Dominicans, The COVID-19 crisis is rapidly changing how people are able to earn a living and access food in the Caribbean. In order to effectively assess the situation, CARICOM has launched a COVID-19 Food Security and Livelihoods Impact Survey which can be... The post CARICOM COVID-19 Food Security and Livelihoods Impact Survey appeared first on Domi […]
(PRESS RELEASE) — In the ongoing national effort to support businesses and individuals who have been socially and economically disadvantaged by the threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Government of Guyana today approved a number of additional tax relief measures. The following will, therefore, be implemented on the effective dates specified: 1 […]
(St. Lucia News Online) — The family members of a man, who was found deceased at a residence in Grass Street, Castries early this morning, are angry over the fact that they found out about his death after seeing a photo of his nude and lifeless body on a popular Saint Lucia Facebook group. The ... The post BREAKING NEWS: Family of Grass Street suicide victim […]
The lockdown that served as a model for countries battling the coronavirus around the world has ended after 11 weeks: Chinese authorities are allowing residents of Wuhan to once again travel in and out of the sprawling city where the pandemic began.
A small congregation of worshippers will hold a Good Friday service at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, a year after it was devastated by fire, but attendance will be limited because of a lockdown during the coronavirus outbreak.