Woman, 45, among three new COVID fatalities The Ministry of Health today said that three more persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have died. The article Woman, 45, among three new COVID fatalities appeared first on Stabroek News.

Guyana receives 67,537 Sputnik doses Guyana, today received a consignment of 67,537 doses of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timheri, according to the Department of Public Information. The article Guyana receives 67,537 Sputnik doses appeared first on Stabroek News.

Guyana has sourced enough COVID-19 vaccines for herd immunity – Anthony - -key challenge is for people to come forward After an initial purchase of 200,000 doses of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, Guyana has been able to seal a deal for 600,000 more jabs – enough to get to herd immunity – but the key challenge now is for people to come forward for inoculation. The article Guyana has sourced enough COVID-19 vaccines for herd immunity – Anthony appeared first on Stabroek News.

Adams flays gov’t, Exxon over `revised’ environmental permit - -sees cunning attempt to immunize flaring of 14 billion cubic ft of gas Former Director of Guyana’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Dr. Vincent Adams yesterday waded into both government and ExxonMobil for the recent announcement that excessive gas flaring from offshore oil operations will attract a fine of US$30 per Co2 equivalent, calling it a window for pollution. The article Adams flays gov’t, Exxon over `revised’ environmental permit appeared first on Stabroek News.

Two cops under close arrest after robbery suspect fatally shot in car Two policemen are under close arrest after a robbery suspect was fatally shot by one of the ranks while being transported to the Providence Police Station. The article Two cops under close arrest after robbery suspect fatally shot in car appeared first on Stabroek News.

STALKING THREAT After the father of her child moved out of her home in August Town in April 2019, Brittany Burke* changed all her locks. Not even her mother, who lives in the same yard, had a key. But since then, she has been haunted by an obsessive stalker who...

Jamaica has forfeited right as mediator in global conflicts – Hanna As the conflict between Israel and Hamas escalates in the Middle East, Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs Lisa Hanna has urged the United Nations (UN) to move swiftly to bring a resolution to the violence that has claimed the lives of nearly...

Facebook scammer stalks St Mary man in Canada Canadian resident Garfield Patterson says that for the past five months, someone has been using his picture on a Facebook page they created and has been targeting his friends for money and asking for his personal contact information. Patterson,...

Managing the silent killer Raam Naraysingh, 50, was diagnosed with mild hypertension last September. It came as a shocker to him as at previous doctor’s visits, he was encouraged to continue on the same trajectory, as his readings were normal. The former technical services...

How the Marleys fought for Bob’s legacy Although it took more than a decade for Rita Marley, the widow of music icon Bob Marley, and his 11 children to get control of his musical assets, they “never give up the fight”, which is the message portrayed in one of Marley’s songs entitled Get...