Antigua Shares Covid-19 Protocols With Caribbean Neighbours

School being sanitized by CBH Officer

After becoming the first Caribbean country to reopen its borders and economy, officials say protocols have been shared with other Caricom states to help them to do the same.

The Minister of Health shared the protocols that govern a plethora of businesses including food services, fitness centers, casinos, public transportation.

The protocols are intended to guide these businesses down a path of safety and security which would lead to reduction of infections by Covid-19 patients, whether symptomatic or a-symptomatic.

They have been shared with several CARICOM states who sought technical advice from Antigua and Barbuda as the first to open its borders to international flights.

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  1. Knighthood for what? St. Johns stink and dirty, grass in all the gutters. Drive up Factory Road and you see green stinking water right up to Jeffreys village with grass covering the gutters. Antigua has never been this dirty.

  2. …please share them with us who live here in antigua too, cause we and those from the diaspora real real confused right about now.

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