Antigua and Barbuda re-examines conditions for entry

The Antigua and Barbuda Government says it has re-examined the conditions under which visitors and nationals returning home can enter the island because of...

Guyana records 14th COVID-19 death

A 34-year-old man from Bartica became Guyana’s 14th COVID-19 related death this afternoon. He has been identified as Abdool Khan. The father of three passed...

Convicted rapists, killers among 415 prisoners granted presidential pardons in Haiti

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse has granted executive clemency to 415 prisoners, including at least 15 hardened criminals who human rights advocates say should not...

American Airlines reduces service to Haiti, cancels Miami-Cap-Haïtien route

When American Airlines resumes service to Haiti on Tuesday, nearly four months after the borders were shut due to the coronavirus, there will be...

Reduction in patients with flu-like symptoms leads to Flu Clinic closure

With the reduction in the Government’s COVID-19 pandemic suppression levels and fewer patients seeking treatment for COVID-like symptoms the Health Services Authority (HSA) announces...

Caribbean Public Health Day: In a time of COVID-19

Over the years, the Caribbean region has faced a series of public health challenges.  The persistence of diseases such as dengue, and the emergence...

PAHO launches new site for donations to its COVID-19 Response Fund

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is seeking to mobilize new resources for its work on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Americas with a new...

ILO: Sharp rise in unemployment in the region leaves millions without income

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented impact on Latin American and Caribbean labour markets, which have already experienced a sharp increase in unemployment...

Aeromexico files for bankruptcy

Mexico’s largest airline Aeromexico has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S., joining peers Avianca and LATAM Airlines in restructuring amid the devastating...

Dominica to open borders to stranded nationals July 15

By CNS writers Dominicans who are stranded overseas can begin to make travel preparations as the government announces it will reopen the country's borders on...