Connect with us

Health

Citizens urged to keep their surroundings clean to prevent the spread of dengue

Published

on

The Ministry of Health and Wellness continues to encourage individuals to maintain health and safety measures to prevent the local transmission of dengue fever. Chief Environmental Officer in The Ministry of Health, Parker Ragunanan has advised citizens to explore and implement basic measures to prevent the spread of dengue fever. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

COVID-19

UK COVID-19 VARIANT DETECTED IN SAINT LUCIA | FROM BAD TO WORSE?

Published

on

By

The island’s COVID-19 crisis has potentially taken a turn for the worst. The Health Ministry on January 25 confirmed the more contagious UK variant of the virus has been detected in Saint Lucia. Five people which include two visitors from the UK have tested positive for the new COVID-19 strain. They were initially diagnosed in December. However, Health authorities say the Caribbean Public Health Agency, the only lab capable of analyzing viral samples, require up to four weeks to confirm the test results.

Continue Reading

Health

Father of asthmatic woman, laments inadequate resources at respiratory facilities

Published

on

By

The father of a bronchial asthmatic young woman is beside himself with anger after she was released to her own care, despite displaying what he says are severe COVID-19 symptoms. Senior Correspondent Miguel Fevrier spoke with the man Friday and filed this report.

Continue Reading

COVID-19

Clendon Mason teachers fear mass COVID infections, after one student tests positive

Published

on

By

Concerns and frustrations have grown among staff at the Clendon Mason Memorial Secondary School, following news that a form 4 student at the institution has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
The teachers allege that health and education authorities are pussyfooting, therefor placing their health and lives at risk.
We now join Senior Investigative Correspondent Miguel Fevrier in studio with the details.

Continue Reading

Trending