BARP head to members: ‘stay home’


Pensioners were today implored by their leading advocate to listen to authorities and stay home as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolds. With 18 confirmed patients and Government asking the elderly who are at a highest risk of a lethal brush with the disease to stay indoors, president of the Barbados Association of Retired Persons Marilyn Rice-Bowen […]

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