Barbados: According to the latest news, the U.S. Embassy in Barbados has eliminated visa appointments as professionals on the Island respond to an inflorescence in COVID-19 cases.
U.S. Embassy Statement:
On Saturday, “Due to changes in Barbados’s general COVID-19 posture, the U.S.U.S. Embassy Bridgetown has dropped all visa appointments from Wednesday, January 6 to Friday, January 15, 2021,” the U.S.U.S. Embassy declared in a statement.“Non-immigrant visa aspirants having an appointment during this period may reschedule their appointment from the official site of the U.S. Embassy.
Minister Walcott revealed that the Government had displayed that travelers would receive their second test results in 24 hours of the sample arriving at the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory. At present, that has not been the case. He insisted, “We know the significance of tourism to Barbados, and we can’t yield to damage our international eminence.”
On the other hand, the Government of Barbados postpones the reintroduction of alphabetical shopping. Dr. Jerome Walcott, Foreign Minister Senator, revealed, “We’ve learned the views of all sides – Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP), trade unions, the private sector associations. The sub-committee deliberated and agreed after examining all of the matters raised and the issues and concerns. The initiation of shopping utilizing the alphabet would not be acquainted at this time. That, it was not required at this need of the hour to pursue that.”
Following precautions can restrict the spreading of deadly coronavirus. Wearing masks, using sanitizers, and social distancing is the key to fighting this coronavirus.