Tag Archives: Ebola

Low Chance Of Ebola Coming To SVG

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment says while the risk of Ebola coming to St. Vincent and the Grenadines remains low, the Ministry continues to remain vigilant. A release from the Ministry says efforts are continuing to ensure that measures are in place for early detection, immediate isolation and containment to prevent spread,… Continue Reading →

Prime Minster Says Carnival Preparations Will Not Be Affected By Ebola

Vincentians have been assured that the threat of Ebola is not likely to affect plans for the 2015 carnival celebrations. This assurance came from Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, as he responded to a question at a News Conferenc on Monday. Dr. Gonsalves was among heads of government of Caricom attending a special summit held… Continue Reading →

Dr. James Hospedales Reassures Nation That Probability Of Ebloa Is Low

The Executive Director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency CARPHA, Dr. James Hospedales is advising St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other countries in the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, OECS to move quickly to prepare their health systems for the possibility of the Ebola virus entering the region. Dr. Hospedales gave the advice, as… Continue Reading →