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Posted: Wednesday, April 28, 2021. 10:04 am CST.

By Zoila Palma: Today, Prime Minister John Briceno said that upon entering office, his administration agreed that addressing the COVID-19 situation was a top priority.

Briceno says that his administration continues to place health as a priority and the vaccination campaign is ongoing.

The Prime Minister said that COVID-19 has changed how people live, meet, and do business.

He spoke about new online businesses that were created due to the pandemic and the new opportunities for Belizeans to become entrepreneurs.

In relation to the allegation that Government acquired new vehicles, the Prime Minister said that he and over half of his cabinet are using their own private vehicles.

“ We bought 13 vehicles, 5 for ministers and 8 for police and the Ministry of Health. So we only got what we absolutely needed and we fixed some that were already there,” Briceno said.

Briceno says that his administration is doing the best they can because the financial crisis needs to be addressed by all.

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