Jamaica: The country is now offering a second booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccines to healthcare workers, persons over 60 years old and members of the public with immune compromising conditions.
St Kitts and Nevis: The Ministry of Tourism has announced new travel instructions which came into effect from August 15, 2022 (Monday).
Barbados: The members of the immunisation unit have been encouraging the people of Barbados to come forward and take their vaccine shots.
Saint Lucia: COVID-19 remains a public health concern as Saint Lucia continues to record a significant number of new cases. Variants and sub-variants continue to affect all population groups globally.
Barbados: The immunisation unit of the country every week shares updates on the availability of vaccines in the vaccination centre across the globe.
Jamaica: The Ministry of Health and Wellness has been advised that the latest gene sequencing performed at the University of the West Indies identified the presence of the Omicron BA.4 and BA5 sub-variants in Jamaica.
Saint Lucia: Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs Ministry of Saint Lucia informs the public of the availability of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine.
Saint Lucia: The Bureau of Health Education within the Ministry of Health has received support through the UNICEF to ensure continued efforts at COVID-19 infection prevention and control in communities.
St Kitts and Nevis: The nation recently has been witnessing an increase in COVID-19 cases
Guyana: The Government received 40,800 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines from the Government of the Republic of South Korea on July 09, 2022 (Saturday).