Ahead of planned protest PM says polyclinic will be opened


The Glanville Polyclinic will be opened shortly,” Prime Minister Gaston Browne has assured, explaining that the only holdup is a shortage of nurses and other personnel to staff the facility.


Alex Browne plans Dec. 7 picket to protest non-opening of Glanvilles Polyclinic

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  1. I wonder which nurse gonna come here to work for less than $3000 monthly, with high patient load, high bills, no medical insurance, unfair risk pay with some persons getting $500 and everyone else getting $350. Also why are ministry of health workers getting covid stipend and never worked with one covid patient and up to now msjmc workers can’t get their stipend. Nurses can’t even get their overtime and a decent salary monthly.. This ministry of health needs an oil change.

    • Change your shitty, grumpy, nasty, inhumane attitude towards patients first!!!!! No amount of increased salary will fix what you lack in basic human decency. Like to talk to people rough and boss around patients as if a dog are u a tark to.

  2. I am praying to the COVID-19 God, please give Gaston Browne every variant of COVID-19. Please COVID God, take out Gaston Browne, we deserve to be a nation of free people. He has stolen so much money from us but he can’t spend it when he is dead. I beg you COVID God, severely infect Gaston Browne. This I ask in your name COVID God.

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