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Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Belize Prime Minister says no plans for National Shut Down

Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow says there are no plans for declaring a state of emergency (SOE) or a total shutdown of the country...

2nd Covid-19 death recorded in Trinidad and Tobago

An elderly man who was among the cruise ship passengers quarantined at Camp Balandra and then transferred to the Couva Hospital after falling ill,...

Trinidad and Tobago’s gov’t defends decision to bar citizens

The Trinidad and Tobago government has defended its decision not to re-open its borders to accommodate 35 nationals stranded in Barbados, insisting that the...

Government extends curfew as Cayman Islands records another COVID-19 case

The Cayman Islands may have its first case of community transmission of the coronavirus. According to Health officials there said at a press briefing Tuesday...

Sagicor Financial Company Limited commits US$1M aid to fight against COVID-19

Sagicor Financial Company Limited announced today that it is committing US One Million Dollars (US$1M) to aid in the fight against COVID-19 in the Caribbean. The Caribbean’s leading...

Border Leak Leaving Trinidad Exposed

Trinidad’s maritime border with Venezuela continues to be breached with ease, with an unknown number of undocumented Venezuelans coming ashore and blending into the...

ECLAC chief warns region’s economies will suffer COVID-19 pandemic’s negative consequences via numerous channels

ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, warned that the region’s economies will suffer the pandemic’s negative consequences via numerous channels. The Executive Secretary of the Economic...

PAHO urges Caribbean countries to immediately reorganize health services

The Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Dr Carissa F Etienne, has called on all countries in the Americas, including the Caribbean,...

Bermuda records first murder in 3 years

Police arrested two men after a 28-year-old man died in a hail of bullets in Hamilton on Tuesday, while another man was injured in...

World Bank Group increases COVID-19 response to help sustain Caribbean economies, protect jobs

The World Bank and IFC’s Boards of Directors approved today an increased $14 billion package of fast-track financing to assist companies and countries in...

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