Bostic pleased with progress in COVID-19 fight – Barbados Today


Three months after re-opening Barbados’ borders to commercial flights, Minister of Health and Wellness Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic is satisfied with the island’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with Barbados TODAY, Bostic said while he understood the initial concerns about welcoming tourists back to the country, he always knew health authorities were […]
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Faster detection of COVID-19 - Barbados Today

Barbados might soon be able to detect cases of COVID-19 much faster, thanks to new antigen tests. The antigen diagnostic tests have been approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and pilot studies are already underway in Ecuador, Mexico, Suriname and El Salvador. Unlike previous rapid antibody tests, which can […]