Daily Archives: Thursday, 1 October 2020, 22:12

Argentine forensic anthropologists may help crack killing of Henry cousins, Singh

Last Updated on Friday, 2 October 2020, 5:16 by Denis Chabrol A four-member Argentine team of forensic anthropologists on Thursday seemed set to travel to Guyana to assist with a high-tech investigation of the killing of cousins Isaiah and Joel Henry  and Haresh Singh last month in West Coast Berbice, police, human rights and legal experts said. The Guyana Police ...

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As airports prepare for mid-October reopening incoming passengers must be COVID-19 negative- Health Minister

Last Updated on Thursday, 1 October 2020, 20:59 by Denis Chabrol Health  Minister Dr. Frank Anthony on Thursday said when Guyana’s two international airports reopen to regular flights later this month, passengers would not be allowed to board flights unless they have a negative PCR test for COVID-19, and they might be required to take a second test on landing. ...

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Guyana shortens COVID-19 curfew to revive business activity, authorities to enforce measures

Last Updated on Thursday, 1 October 2020, 20:30 by Denis Chabrol Prime Minister Mark Phillips on Thursday said government decided to reduce the curfew hours to help revive flagging business activity, even as he insisted that Operation COVICURB that will include the closure of businesses that breach the 9 PM curfew start. “We want to achieve a curb in the ...

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Public Service Union to call “full strike action” by nurses

Last Updated on Thursday, 1 October 2020, 12:14 by Denis Chabrol In the face of threats to take disciplinary action agains nurses who have been staging industrial unrest since last week, the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) on Thurday warned that it would call a full-scale strike by healthcare workers. GPSU President Patrick Yarde said the Minister of Health Dr. ...

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