Merchants claim ‘rescue from brink’ in reopening


The livelihood of many business owners and employees has been rescued from the brink following the tumultuous five-week, 24-hour national shutdown imposed by the Barbados Government to guard against the spread of COVID-19. On Monday, dozens were delighted to usher in phase two of the country’s gradual re-opening, providing much-needed economic activity for many of […]

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