Tuesday August 31st 2021, Saint Lucia confirmed 64 new cases of COVID-19. These cases are from a total of 255 samples processed at the Ezra Long Laboratory on Monday August 30, 2021. Confirmation was also received of the recovery of 110 individuals diagnosed with COVID-19. 2, 234 individuals have received the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and 67 individuals received the second dose. To date 34, 869 individuals have received the first dose of the Astra Zeneca COVID
[30TH AUGUST 2021]- Around this time last year, local LGBTQI+ activists were advocating for more free mental health services. Let’s take a look back at today’s edition of our special feature, this day last year.
[30TH AUGUST 2021]- The Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, and Food Security Alfred Prospere continues his tour with a visit to Region 7. Anicia Antoine tells us more in this video news release.
[30TH AUGUST 2021]- With bus drivers at the center of attention over the past few days, the president of one minibus association has found it fitting to clear the air, as he says bus drivers are simply being used as scapegoats. Here’s Nelcia Charlemagne again.
[30TH AUGUST 2021]- The government of Saint Lucia will on Tuesday introduce a motion in the Lower House which some cannabis activists see as a step in the right direction. Amanie Mathurin tells us more in this report.
[30th august 2021]- The National Students’ Council is calling on the government to make online learning as comfortable as possible for students this time around. This, as students prepare to learn from home once more. Nelcia Charlemagne has the details in this report.
[30TH AUGUST 2021]- Chief Medical Officer Dr Sharon Belmar George is appealing to Saint Lucians to do the right thing, as the island tries to manage the newest COVID-19 wave. This, as reports come in of several people breaking curfew and other protocols.
[30TH AUGUST]- One sector says they are trying their best to clamp down on a rapidly developing health situation among their members. More in this report, which is a follow-up from a report presented on Thursday.