Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions

We all have survived 2020 year and reached 2021 year, but the coronavirus pandemic hasn't left yet. Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions.

Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions
Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions

Barbados: We all have survived 2020 year and reached 2021 year, but the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t left yet. Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions.

Coronavirus Pandemic is still a threat and spreading terror among the population. It’s not just about the celebration of New Year but also about taking precautions from a different way in an additional year.

Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions
Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions

Several people were making many preparations for the celebration of New year. Still, ten new people tested positive for Coronavirus.5 out of them were nationals, and others were not linked to travellers; it means Barbados is in danger from the expansion of covid-19. Minister of Health & Wellness Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic affirmed that “In other words, the five cases suggest that there is some local transmission.”

“The five positive to covid-19 people between the ages of 18 and 43, three displayed insignificant symptoms of COVID-19,” added Chief Medical Officer Dr Kenneth George. On this account, Prime Minister Mia Mottley declared that “2021 in Barbados would begin with a midnight to 5 a.m. curfew, that recapitulates daily for the next 14 days.”

Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions
Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions

The Ministry of Health is now analyzing those people who are infected. Ages 37 and 18, Two men from Christ Church, Two St James men, ages 28 and 43 and a 43-year-old St Thomas woman.

Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions
Barbados: PM Mottley announces New Curfew Restrictions

PM Mia Mottley stated “This country has never had it with that level of reserves. So we are ready for all eventualities, including those measures that are necessary to trigger growth and to get jobs going in 2021 among our people again. Our reserves, as we stand today, literally are at 2.656 billion, which is roughly about 35 weeks of import cover.”

Many flights have been restricted for limiting the extent of the newest alteration of deadly coronavirus. We must follow the precautions provided by the World Health Organisation. Precautions are always better than a Cure.

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