Relaxing COVID measures would be a “big mistake” says PM Browne


Prime Minister Gaston Browne is responding to critics calling for coronavirus measures to be relaxed as Antigua enjoy record low COVID-19 cases.

Browne told Pointe FM today that it would be a big mistake.

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  2. Thank you sir. Well spoken, very professional, and straight to the point. Pay zero attention to those who have no idea about what they are saying. They are simply being political and divisive. You have the backing of the hugh majority

  3. I wonder what the curfew extension for the purposes of having a fete would be termed. That sir is an example of relaxing covid measures. This proposed fete by your government may very well become a supersreader event. Listen to the experts and stop treating Antiguans and Barbudans as if we are ignorant.

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