Jamaica: Over 3000 people get birth certificates

Jamaica: Over 3000 people get birth certificates

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Over 3,000 Jamaicans would benefit from assistance to access birth certificates under a partnership between the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) and the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF). The support comes...
Barbados and Scotland launch three-day cyber event

Barbados and Scotland launch three-day cyber event

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The Barbados and Scotland launched the first-ever virtual trade mission. Barbados and Scotland determined that the COVID-19 pandemic would not be a deterrent, and they are staging the three-day event...
Suriname and Guyana sign MOU for construction of bridge

Suriname and Guyana sign MOU for construction of bridge

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed between Guyana and Suriname for constructing a high-span bridge over the Corentyne River, which would link the two countries. Suriname's International Business, Foreign Affairs...
Sicily asks Cuba to send medics as it faces second wave of COVID-19

Sicily asks Cuba to send medics as it faces second wave of COVID-19

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Authorities in Sicily asked the Cuban Government to send around 60 healthcare workers, including nurses and doctors, to the island as hospitals there are struggling with a shortage of...
COVID-19 vaccine secured for over 270,000 Jamaicans

COVID-19 vaccine secured for over 270,000 Jamaicans

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Health and Wellness Minister of Jamaica, Dr Christopher Tufton announced that Jamaica stands to benefit from COVID-19 vaccines which could be given to over 270,000 Jamaicans. The figure is based...
People encouraged to prevent overcrowding in markets during festive season

People encouraged to prevent overcrowding in markets during festive season

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An increased hustle and bustle usually accompanies the festive season in Basseterre as people purchase gifts for loved ones as well as food supplies for the traditional Christmas dinner...