COVID-19 UPDATE: 21 new cases, 61 recoveries – Barbados Today


The island recorded 21 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, March 6, while 61 people have recovered and were released from isolation. The new cases were identified out of the 475 tests completed by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory.  The number of active cases is 433. The 21 positive persons comprise 10 women […]
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Increase in price for some petroleum products - Barbados Today

Consumers will be paying more for some petroleum products, from midnight Sunday, March 7. Gasoline will retail at $3.57 per litre, diesel at $2.82 per litre, and kerosene at $1.18 per litre, increases of 18 cents, 10 cents and 9 cents, respectively. The price adjustment is in keeping with the […]