The Canadian high commissioner to the Commonwealth of Dominica - H.E. Lilian Chatterjee met with the islands' Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and discussed the common priorities, including climate change issue and economic resilience.  
On Friday, November 25, 2021, the island recorded 45 additional new infections of coronavirus, taking the toll of active cases to 394, among which 235 are taking medical attention at the COVID Car Complex while 158 have isolated themselves at their homes.
Dominica Labour Party's Vince Henderson has been elected as parliament representative from Grand Bay constituency in by-elections held on Thursday.
An agreement has been signed between the Commonwealth of Dominica and the People's Republic of China, which will permit visa-free travel between the two nations. This visa-waiver agreement was signed on Monday, which came into immediate effect.
Dominica has reported additional fifty-three cases of the COVID-19 on November 19, 2021, while sixty-one COVID-19 patients recovered from the deadliest mutant and have been discharged from the hospital facilities, according to the report of the health ministry.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit held talks with dozens of truckers to address their problems. The cordial talks were held at the Goodwill Parish Hall. 
The Dominican government on Tuesday announced that it is resuming ferry services to the neighbouring French island countries. The announcement was made by the - Parliamentary Secretary Chekira Lockhart-Hypolite, during a media conference, where she noted that this decision has been taken under strict COVID-19 guidelines. 
Dominica has confirmed a total of seventy-four new COVID-19 cases taking the total number of the active cases to 350, as of November 15, 2021, according to the COVID-19 update report by the island's Health Ministry. All of the new infections have tested positive by Rapid Antigen Test.
This time the Director of PAHO (Pan American Health Organisation) - Dr Carissa F. Etienne, was invited by Dominican Prime Minister - Roosevelt Skerrit at his weekly show - 'Annou Pale' on Sunday, where both of them held a discussion on COVID vaccination rate in the Caribbean & Latin American region, and its impact on the regions' economy. 
Dominica once again has received a significant donation from the Pan American Health Organisation - PAHO of 2 buses, seven portable computers, ice packs and vaccine carriers, 20 nebulizers, 20 pulse oximeters, 7,500 PPEs, 1 GeneXpert Machine, and 30,000 PCR kits. This donation by PAHO has been made with the purpose to assist the island country in its battle against COVID.