Guyanese President - Dr Irfaan Ali urged the trade unions to accept the governments' offer of increasing public workers salaries by 7 percent. 
Four young individuals have been provided grants so that they can implement climate action projects in their communities as a part of UNICEF Guyana and the Rights of the Child Commission's - (RCC) Climate Changemakers Initiative.
Citizens of Guyana will receive their booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine from upcoming Monday, November 22, 2021. The announcement was made by the islands' health minister - Dr Frank Anthony, during a conference on the COVID-19 update. 
Guyanese government announced that it is opening its border crossing (The Takutu Bridge) with Brazil from Mondays to Fridays, under the revised national emergency COVID-19 guidelines. 
Guyana has also paced up its vaccination drive as the Ministry of Health informs that around 51 percent of Guyanese people is fully vaccinated now, which counts for 261,811 individuals. 
President of Guyana - Dr Irfaan Ali has made a promise to the general public that his administration will do its best to eliminate crime from the country, noting that the government will target the hotspot areas of the crime.
The Guyanese government has announced that only fully vaccinated travellers will be permitted to enter the Caribbean island from next month.
Caribbean's regional airline - Leeward Islands Air Transport Services -(LIAT) is planning to re-open its services to Guyana after being closed since last year amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Shemar Britton, the top table tennis player of Guyana, is representing the Caribbean island at the Ecuador Open 2021, which is starting from today. 
The Caribbean island will soon get technical assistance from Ghana. The support will be provided by the West African nation in the areas of local content, the sovereign wealth fund - (SWF) or oil money legislation, and in the highly-anticipated gas-to-energy development.