Coast Guard being activated to prevent weekend parties on offshore islands

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Cabinet Notes: The Cabinet received an update on the COVID-19 Pandemic in Antigua and Barbuda.

No new cases of infection have been reported in the last 48 hours, and the number of people being actively treated for the disease is down to 6.

Three index cases all had clusters resulting from quarantined and isolated persons disobeying the terms of their 14-day confinement.

Halcyon remains the government’s quarantine center until the repairs at the former air force base are completed.

The Coast Guard is being activated to prevent parties from being held on offshore islands on weekends, where videos have shown men and women blatantly disobeying the rules intended to keep us safe.

Vigilance by all, including the resident and visiting populations, are encouraged; all are to continue wearing masks, practicing social distancing, and sanitizing hands as frequently as possible. The law dictates that beaches are closed on public holidays.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. We need activation in the case for Nigel also, you all are very agressive with mask wearing like its a horrendous crime use that same drive to capture the criminals. Do your jobs without fear or favor. I find it has been a reluctance for too long. Once their is reluntancy their is secrecy, once their is secrecy you find a blanket.

  2. That’s right. Put the Coast Guard on them. Arrest those skinny (and fat) white asses that are venturing out, as well as any wannabe whites and blacks as well. This nonsense has to be stopped.

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