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Amalgamated Security Services contracts ‘above board’

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young slammed what he described as people spreading misinformation regarding the contractual arrangements for the procurement, installation and operations of the electronic monitoring equipment and prisoner transport. In a statement in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Young recalled the House on Monday passed the Administration of Justice (Electronic Monitoring) (Amendment) Bill, 2020 to impement an ...

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Amalgamated Security Services contracts ‘above board’

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young slammed what he described as people spreading misinformation regarding the contractual arrangements for the procurement, installation and operations of the electronic monitoring equipment and prisoner transport. In a statement in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Young recalled the House on Monday passed the Administration of Justice (Electronic Monitoring) (Amendment) Bill, 2020 to impement an ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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47 more samples sent to CARPHA for covid19 testing

THE Ministry of Health, in its 4 pm covid19 update on Thursday, said the total number of samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing is now 1,730, 47 more than in the an earlier update at 10 am. Six patients remain in hospital and 30 are at step-down facilities. No patients are in the high-dependency unit ...

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Garcia: No agreement on CXC

Education Minister Anthony Garcia said no agreement has been reached with the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) about this year’s CXC examinations. Responding to a question in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Garcia said Government agreed with the decision by Caricom that the exam be held in June-July. But he added CXC said holding the exam at that time is ...

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