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ANTIGUA PM POKES HOLES IN SHORT LIVED CARICOM ‘TRAVLE BUBBLE’

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Saint Lucia’s increasing coronavirus infection rate has grabbed the attention of regional leaders including Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Browne. The so-called CARICOM “travel bubble” officially established in September exempted regional travellers from some coronavirus protocols like mandatory pre-departure testing and quarantining. Citing the recent surge in Saint Lucia’s coronavirus cases Browne [on October 31] declared the CARICOM “travel bubble” bust. Other CARICOM Members have also opted out of the travel bubble. Saint Lucia’s Tourism Authority responded today [November 3].SHOW LESS

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Ralph Gonzalves maintains: No CIP for SVG

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While not opposed to sister islands adopting it, newly re-elected Prime Minister of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines Dr. Ralph Gonzalves maintains that his country will not involve itself with (quote) “The sale of passports” Senior Political Correspondent Miguel Fevrier has more from last Friday’s interview with the no5 5 term head of government.

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Ralph Gonzalves and the ULP win a 5th consecutive term in office.

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Dr. Ralph Gonzalves remains Prime Minister of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines. The island held its General elections Thursday November 5th which saw the Gonzalves-led Unity Labour Party securing a 5th term in Office. Senior Political Correspondent Miguel Fevrier spoke with the Prime Minister elect and filed this report with his reaction to the 9-6 victory.

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Concerns raised over million barrels of oil reaching local shores from sinking Oil Tanker

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The National Emergency Management Office Oil Spills Committee is on high alert after fears of possible catastrophic oil spill off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago. NEMO Oil Spills Committee Chairman, Christopher Alexander disclosed that oil tanker carrying up to 1.3 million barrels of oil could spell an ecological disaster for Saint Lucia.

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