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COVID-19 VACCINE TO ARRIVE ON ISLAND BY MARCH 2021

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Health authorities say Saint Lucia could receive COVID-19 vaccines as early as March next year. First responders and vulnerable groups are expected to be first in line to get the first doses of the anticipated COVID-19 vaccine. The Chief Medical Officer in a December 4 statement also revealed health authorities plan to immunize up to 70% of the population to achieve “herd-immunity” against the COVID-19 virus.SHOW LESS

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NCOPT says Bus Drivers under immense pressure

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The National Council on Public Transportation has appealed to members for patience in government’s decision to address various issues affecting the sector.
Mini Bus Operators have been expressing their growing concerns as it relates to the limited number of passengers on vehicles

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Huge brawl involving two minors, prompts calls for change in parents’ behaviour

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Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia has criticized the parents of two young girls involved a huge brawl that has surfaced on social media. Raise Your Voice President Catherine Sealys, has urged organizations to reach out to the parents of the minors involved in the heated altercation.

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Gros Islet MP wants a new police station but “understand(s) how government works”

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Gros Islet MP Lenard Spider Montoute says consideration is currently being given to the construction of a new and permanent base for the Gros Islet Police. Montoute suggested to the media however, that it is not guaranteed.

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