COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases; Two Recoveries

COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases; Two Recoveries

Two more visitors to the island have been diagnosed with COVID-19. They are a 25-year-old female, who came in on an American Airlines flight on November 30; and a 56-year-old male visitor, who arrived via Jet Blue on December 1. Both were asymptomatic and tested...

COVID-19 Update: One New Case

COVID-19 Update: One New Case

A 47-year-old Barbadian woman is the latest person to be diagnosed with COVID-19. She arrived on island via American Airlines on November 30, and was asymptomatic. Hers was the only positive test returned out of the 527 tests conducted by the Best-dos Santos Public...

AG Commends Journalists For Work During Pandemic

AG Commends Journalists For Work During Pandemic

Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall. (FP) Attorney General Dale Marshall has publicly commended journalists for their commitment and hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep the public informed, especially during the early stages of the...

COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases; Two Recoveries

COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases; Two Recoveries

Two visitors have gone into isolation after being diagnosed with COVID-19. They are a 41-year-old female, and a 37-year-old male, who arrived yesterday via American Airlines. Both were asymptomatic. They were the only two positive cases recorded out of the 238 tests...

COVID Update: No New Cases; Three Recoveries

COVID Update: No New Cases; Three Recoveries

No new COVID-19 cases were recorded out of the 375 tests conducted by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory yesterday.  As a result, the number of confirmed cases remains at 276 - 142 females and 134 males. Meanwhile, three people will be released from...

COVID-19 Update:  One More Positive Case

COVID-19 Update: One More Positive Case

A 27-year-old male visitor was the only positive COVID-19 case recorded out of the 398 tests conducted yesterday. The visitor, who came in on an American Airlines flight on November 23, tested positive on the second test. He was asymptomatic. There are now 19 persons...

COVID-19 Update:  Five New Cases; One Recovery

COVID-19 Update: Five New Cases; One Recovery

Barbados has recorded five more cases of COVID-19.  The positive results came from the 322 tests conducted by the Best-dos Santos Public Laboratory yesterday. Those testing positive for the viral illness are a 44-year-old female visitor, and a 55-year-old male...

COVID-19 Update:  Four New Cases; Three Recoveries

COVID-19 Update: Four New Cases; Three Recoveries

Four more people have tested positive for COVID-19, after undergoing second tests. They are a 31-year-old Barbadian man, who arrived on American Airlines on November 22; a 45-year-old male visitor, who came in on an American Airlines flight on November 21; a...

New ‘Glow In The Dark’ Coin To Honour Frontline Workers

New ‘Glow In The Dark’ Coin To Honour Frontline Workers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP41vWvpXH8 The Central Bank of Barbados is using the launch of a limited-edition circulation coin to pay tribute to Barbados' essential workers. (CBB) The Central Bank of Barbados has unveiled a limited-edition glow-in-the-dark...

COVID-19 Protocols For National Independence Service

COVID-19 Protocols For National Independence Service

Face masks must be worn at all times and social distancing observed during the National Independence Service on Sunday, November 29. (Stock Photo) Members of the public attending the National Independence Service on Sunday, November 29, at the Wildey Gymnasium,...

COVID-19 Update: Three New Cases; Three Recoveries

COVID-19 Update: Three New Cases; Three Recoveries

Three female visitors have been diagnosed with COVID-19, after undergoing second tests. The cases identified among the 405 tests conducted yesterday by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory are: a 52-year-old, who arrived on British Airways on November 20; a...

COVID-19 Update: One New Case, One Person Released

COVID-19 Update: One New Case, One Person Released

A male visitor is the latest person to be placed in isolation, after being diagnosed with COVID-19. The 27-year-old, who arrived on island via an American Airlines flight on November 16, returned a positive result on the second test. He was asymptomatic, and the only...

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