Arrangements are being finalized for St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ hosting of a National Day, at the ongoing International Expo in Dubai. The activity is being co-ordinated by this country’s Investment Promotions Agency, Invest SVG. Executive Director of Invest SVG, Annette Mark said St. Vincent and the Grenadines will host its special programme next month.
Director of the National Parks Rivers and Beaches Authority, Andrew Wilson has warned Vincentians not to visit the La Soufriere Bamboo Range Site and Trail at this time. Mr. Wilson was providing an update on the rehabilitation of recreational sites which were damaged during the explosive eruption of La Soufriere Volcano last year. He said… Continue Reading →
A Mobile App will be launched in St. Vincent and the Grenadines this week, to allow Vincentians to report and share information relating to multiple hazards. That’s according to Geologist, Professor Richard Robertson, who made the announcement during NBC’s Face to Face program this morning. Recardo Wilson has more in today’s Special Report.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has announced the departure of the first group of Vincentian students who received scholarships to pursue studies at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in the United Kingdom. Speaking on radio yesterday, the Prime Minister said the group left last week Wednesday January 19th. Fifty-five scholarships have been awarded to… Continue Reading →
Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Simone Keizer-Beache said the Omicron and Delta Variants of COVID19 continue to be the most prevalent across the country. Dr. Keizer-Beache told NBC News that the country is still experiencing a spike in cases of COVID 19. Dr. Keizer-Beache said the prevalence of the Omicron and Delta Variants of Covid-19 has… Continue Reading →
The death toll from the Covid 19 virus in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has climbed to 92, after two additional deaths from the virus were recorded on the weekend. The Health Services Sub-Committee of NEMO says a 45-year-old woman tested positive for COVID-19 on January 14th, and was admitted to the isolation ward at… Continue Reading →
Young adults are more likely to develop Diabetes after they have contracted Covid -19. That is according to Family Nurse Practitioner Alicia Edwards as she explained the process that leads to Diabetes in young people following Covid-19 infection. Rawdica Stephen tells us more in NBC’s covid-19 update.