Poverty to blame – Lane – Barbados Today

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The man charged with advising Prime Minister Mia Mottley on poverty alleviation in Barbados believes that economic hardships and a degree of homelessness are responsible for families being major spreaders of COVID-19. Special advisor Corey Lane said in many instances a person’s dire financial circumstances led them to the homes of other relatives or friends […]
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