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).
St Kitts and Nevis: Physicians in the twin-island Federation are not expecting any change in the entry rules due to COVID-19
Saint Lucia: As the country is returning to some level of normalcy, the Government has been planning to relax the COVID-19 protocols.
St Lucia: Moses Jn Baptiste, Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs Minister, has revealed plans to tackle COVID-19, Dengue and Monkey Pox.
St Lucia: The COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. While we document a decline in the number of reported cases at this time, we must continue to be vigilant and take all precautions to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
Barbados: The vaccination pace of the country has been running at a perfect pace, and to maintain the pace, the immunisation unit of Barbados shares the vaccination schedule every week.
St Lucia: The District One Education Office wishes to inform parents and guardians of students entering Kindergarten in September 2022 of the venues for the Pre-Kindergarten Screening exercises that will be conducted in District One this week.
Barbados: Immunisation Unit encourages persons to take COVID-19 vaccines, which will be administered at polyclinics and specific sites from June 13 to June 19.
St Lucia: As of June 8, 2022, the country has diagnosed 26,250 cases of COVID-19 in-country, with 492 active cases presently.
Georgetown, Guyana: The Republic of Guyana received 52,800 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Government of Spain for children ages 5-11.