Antigua and Barbuda is again seeking divine intervention to help battle the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
With just under 1000 cases and 27 deaths during the span of a year, the administration in St. John’s is again turning to God to help get the pandemic under control.
Last week, the Cabinet of Prime Minister Gaston Browne accepted a proposal put forward by the Director of the Ecclesiastical Council to hold A NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER .
This, like with most events these days will be held virtually on April 11, 2021, from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.
The format is to be agreed; however, it will not involve congregating anywhere but a virtual experience.
This is the second National Day of Prayer since the start of the pandemic in Antigua and Barbuda.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed how Antiguans and Barbudans worship their Gods but how they bury their dead and socialise.
This week marks a year since the first case of COVOD-19 was imported into Antigua from abroad.
Since then, the local economy has buckled under the coronavirus, schools have closed and hundreds remain unemployed.
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