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June 28, 2020

Uproar over COVID-19 loans ‘politics as usual,’ laments Prime Minister

Instead, he said, it was “politics as usual” from the Opposition People’s United Party (PUP) on the revision of the Budget and introduction of supporting loans [...]
June 28, 2020

Ministry of Education bars educational services to foreigners and Belizeans living outside Belize

But as of now, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Education Deborah Domingo has written to District Education Officers, that cannot include those foreigners sending [...]
June 28, 2020

Tourist threaten legal action against Antigua’s Government over COVID-19 protocols

An article, published yesterday, that some tourists are threatening to sue the government over a requirement to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival into Antigua, while [...]
June 27, 2020

Taiwan donates $350,000 in humanitarian assistance to Belize

"Taiwan will continue to work with Belize tirelessly to overcome the challenges ahead, and to protect the Belizean people from being hit by the severe impact [...]
June 27, 2020

Patients quarantined to be released after receiving 2nd negative swab

Authorities are currently monitoring 4 active cases.
June 27, 2020

Lord Ashcroft COVID-19 Relief Fund donates over $200K to Customs for new X-ray machines

Chairman of the Lord Ashcroft COVID-19 Relief Fund Committee, Lyndon Guiseppi handed over the cheque to Customs Comptroller Colin Griffth, which will cover the purchase, installation, [...]
June 26, 2020

Football Federation Congress postponed again

We are told, “The FFB executive is yet to meet to decide on some matters regarding the PLB [Premier League of Belize] election that took place [...]
June 26, 2020

“COVID-19 to reduce tourist arrivals in the region, Belize and others especially at risk,” says Moody’s

In a report issued this week, Moody's said that the ongoing pandemic will continue to affect the movement of people and decrease visitor arrivals particularly in [...]