CMO’s promises tough action against protocol breaches – Barbados Today


The Acting Chief Medical Officer has vowed to work with the police to prosecute people who breach the coronavirus protocols. But it remained unclear Wednesday whether the most recent, heavily publicised breaches of the anti-virus rules, are actively receiving the attention of law enforcement officials. Dr Kenneth George’s declaration came in response to questions about […]
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Shelter numbers expected to swell - BAEH - Barbados Today

There’s a rise in homelessness, with more women and children on the streets, said the Barbados Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH) on Wednesday as it announced plans to house more people at its Spry Street shelter this Christmas than initially expected. Head of the alliance, Kemar Saffrey, said there have […]