At this auspicious time, when various religious occasions are celebrated in our country, we must obey the laws of the land.
I am a pupil attending Hillview College and I have decided to carefully share my research, with regard to the global epidemic: COVID-19 as it is emphatically distress…
Dear fellow Guyanese, I am writing about the current political stand-off in my beloved country, Guyana.
Would somebody please remind the loyal Opposition United National Congress (UNC) and the trade union movement we are in a crisis, and that scraping the bottom of the barrel for negatives is not at all helpful.
T&T may have to send money to Barbados to pay for taking care of our citizens from the cruise ship! The PM should have sent a flight to return Barbadians, etc, and pick up our Trinis, and quarantine them here immediately.
Permit me to change the focus from COVID-19 to an unsanitary situation in Princes Town that, if left unchecked, can also lead to the spread of some unknown disease. I wish to highlight two places of concern.
I worked at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) in Mt Hope for over ten years in the Medical Records Department.
I call upon the Prime Minister of our country to stop pussy-footing with our lives and declare a state of emergency (SoE) immediately.
Who would have thought our lives could change so drastically in the blink of an eye.
A virus thousands of miles away in China has spread like a wildfire under our blazing tropical sun.