Grenadian Prime Minister - Dr Keith Mitchell thinks that mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy will not assist the island country in curbing the transmission of the deadly COVID-19 virus. 
As per the new guidelines released by the government of Grenada, fully-vaccinated individuals no longer need to quarantine for 48-hours upon their arrival in the country. This will come into effect from November 15, 2021. 
Grenadian Prime Minister - Dr Keith Mitchell on Tuesday stated that the upcoming general elections in 2023 will be one of the 'most fascinating' ones in the history of the Caribbean island. 
The Prime Minister of Grenada - Dr Keith Mitchell, received his booster COVID-19 shot yesterday.
Grenada has received a donation of 2000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine from the health ministry of Trinidad and Tobago. The donation has been made on the request of Grenada's health ministry.
A man of Trinidad and Tobago nationality, identified as - Codel Douglas, has been remanded to Her Majesty's Prison in Grenada after pleading guilty to two charges. He has been counted for Drug Trafficking and the other for entering the State without the permission of an Immigration Officer.
Basseterre: Consortium of Banks to acquire the banking activities of CIBC First Caribbean in Grenada, Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis and St Vincent and the Grenadines. A consortium of major banks in the Eastern Caribbean Monetary Union announced that it...
The island country is currently facing a shortage of eggs amid the COVID-19 outbreak that has affected the poultry sector too of Grenada. 
Prime Minister of Grenada - Dr Keith Mitchell has expressed his concerns over the deaths of Grenadians who lost their lives to the deadliest COVID-19 virus, stating the deaths have "touch me deeply".
The oldest citizen of Grenada island - Leonora Massima Noel, lost her life to the deadliest COVID-19 mutant on Friday after living for 119 years.