High-level CARICOM team to arrive Friday

The Guyana Elections Commission(GECOM) this evening confirmed that the high-level CARICOM team that will be overlooking the national recount of the March 2 votes, will arrive in Guyana on Friday, May 1. While details of the arrival are unknown, Public Relations Officer (PRO) Yolanda Ward said team members will include senior

Government acquires Ocean View Hotel

The Government on Thursday acquired the Ocean View Hotel Property through a compulsory order. “This notice is made pursuant to paragraph (2)(a) of the Direction by the President under the Public Health Ordinance. Cap.145, and published on the Gazette, Legal Supplement- B, 16TH March 2020,” the Order stated. According to the order,

Curfew extended to June 3

Following a thorough assessment by the Public Health Ministry on Guyana’s prevailing health conditions, the curfew has been extended for another month. The updated COVID-19 Emergency Measures No. 3 published in an Extraordinary Gazette, state that this takes effect from May 4 until June 3, 2020. The regulation requires citizens to remain

President Granger’s Labour Day Address

Address of His Excellency David Granger President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana on the occasion of Labour Day 2020 2020.05.01 Workers are the nation’s heroes Working people of Guyana, today, are conducting a courageous campaign against the deadly Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Health-care workers – including doctors, nurses, technicians and

UG to reopen May 30th

The University of Guyana’s Turkeyen Campus will be reopening for classes on May 30. In a press statement released on Wednesday, the University announced this along with several measures they have implemented over the past two months. The full press statement from the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Philanthropy, Alumni and

75 cases of COVID-19 in Guyana

The Ministry of Public Health has recorded an additional case of the novel coronavirus in Guyana. The number of positive cases is now 75, inclusive of eight deaths. Five patients. Fifteen patients have been medically cleared and have since recovered from the virus. A total of 478 persons have now