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School cooks receive training ahead of the opening of new academic year

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The Ministry of Education has embarked on a series of covid-19 Information Session and training with schools cooks throughout the island. The objective of the exercise is to sensitize and educate food handling and preparation. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille report.

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GOV’T EMPLOYED HEALTH AIDES ON THE VERGE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION?

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The National Workers Union wants an audience with Health Minister Moses Jn Baptiste to address a litany of occupational concerns on behalf of government employed community health aides. The community health aides, according to the NWU, face “discrimination” and are at increased risk of COVID-19 exposure allegedly due to a lack of personal protection equipment.




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Decreases in COVID 19 Cases Dependent on Public Action

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Efforts to navigate the fourth wave of COOVID 19 infections have borne seemingly positive results, with the officials of the Ministry of Health presenting downward trending figures capturing the infection transmission rate. However, challenges experienced by law enforcement and health authorities have placed in focus the precarious status of gains made, with concern expressed about the possible resurgence in cases.

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A $160K LUCELEC DONATION HAS RAMPED UP TESTING CAPCITY AT EZRA LONG LABORATORY

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The Ezra Long Laboratory, Saint Lucia’s primary testing facility for COVID-19, is again on the receiving end of a lucrative LUCELEC tranche to help boost testing capacity. The island’s sole electricity supplier handed off $160,000 to the lab as health authorities grapple with the fourth wave.

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