COVID-19: State of Emergency declared in Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia which has, to date, reported three cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19), has declared a state of emergency.

Governor-General, Emmanuel Neville Cenac, signed the declaration on Monday.

A full copy of the State of Emergency proclamation is posted below.

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1 Comment

  1. As I see it
    March 23, 2020

    Well don’t be afraid people because Dominica will never be under a state of emergency, even if we might have more coronavirus than St. Lucia

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