PAHO Director featured in new COVID-19 Exemplars in Global Health program

PAHO Director featured in new COVID-19 Exemplars in Global Health program

The Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, was an invited speaker at last week’s inaugural webinar of “COVID-19 Exemplars: The

Hepatitis prevention and treatment services must continue during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure progress towards elimination, says PAHO

Hepatitis prevention and treatment services must continue during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure progress towards elimination, says PAHO

It is estimated that, thanks to vaccination, the Region of the Americas has already eliminated mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B. Read more

 More COVID-19 cases confirmed in Turks and Caicos

More COVID-19 cases confirmed in Turks and Caicos

Two new cases of coronavirus were detected by Turks and Caicos Islands officials on Sunday evening. Read more

 Possible second wave of COVID-19 hits Sint Maarten

Possible second wave of COVID-19 hits Sint Maarten

Concerns again in Sint Maarten as it is evident there is local transmission of COVID-19.  Read more

Bahamas COVID-19 cases up by 15, curfew to take effect on Monday

Bahamas COVID-19 cases up by 15, curfew to take effect on Monday

The number of COVID-19 cases in The Bahamas continues to rise with 16 new patients being identified on Sunday. Read more

Covid-19 Control Bill 2020 will not be tabled in parliament on Wednesday

Covid-19 Control Bill 2020 will not be tabled in parliament on Wednesday

The Government of Grenada wishes to inform its stakeholders and the general public that the Bill entitled the Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Control Bill, 2020 will not be tabled i

We must all accept hard choices if we’re to beat COVID-19, urges WHO

We must all accept hard choices if we’re to beat COVID-19, urges WHO

Governments everywhere should adopt a much more focused approach to stopping coronavirus transmission if they want to avoid having to impose sweeping lockdowns once again. Read mor

 Returning Ross University students in St Kitts cleared of COVID-19

Returning Ross University students in St Kitts cleared of COVID-19

A group of students who arrived in St Kitts-Nevis on July 8 have been cleared of COVID-19. Read more

CARICOM hosting 5-day security conference to address COVID-19 concerns

CARICOM hosting 5-day security conference to address COVID-19 concerns

The CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) is hosting its inaugural Virtual Security Conference. Read more

Live Blog: Over 90,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Live Blog: Over 90,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Travel restrictions and health alerts were issued earlier this year as the coronavirus (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China infiltrated almost every reg

Anguilla extends border closure

Anguilla extends border closure

Anguilla is not taking any chances with the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

Parliament to debate 12-month legislation to contain spread of Covid-19

Parliament to debate 12-month legislation to contain spread of Covid-19

Legislation has verbatim section from 1947 Quarantine Act Sunset legislation has 15 August 2020 as date of effect Bill goes to Lower House on Wednesday, 29 July and to Upper

Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Control Bill, 2020

Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Control Bill, 2020

The Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Control Bill, 2020 seeks to regulate the containment of the spread of Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) in the State of Grenada in the interests of

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 90,324

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 90,324

Confirmed Caribbean coronavirus cases as of today, July 26: Read more

Live Blog: Over 90,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Live Blog: Over 90,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

ContentTravel restrictions and health alerts were issued earlier this year as the coronavirus (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China infiltrated almost every&n

 Coping with COVID-19

Coping with COVID-19

As COVID-19 tears through communities across the globe, children have become the hidden victims of the pandemic. School closures and other lockdown measures adopted to stem the spr

 Heading back to school in the pandemic

Heading back to school in the pandemic

An entire generation has seen its education interrupted. At the height of nation-wide lockdowns in April, approximately 91 per cent of the world's students in more

 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) information centre

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) information centre

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of children and their families as health systems buckle, borders close, and schools and businesses shutter. Read more