SVG Places Immediate Ban On Amplified Music In Public

Kingstown – An immediate ban has been placed on amplified music in public places in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Prime Minister Dr. The Hon. Ralph Gonsalves disclosed on Thursday 31st December 2020, that the ban goes into effect immediately.

 On Wednesday SVG confirmed six new Covid-19 cases, five of which are related and for which the source of infection is unknown.

A release from the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) said on Sunday December 27, the COVID-19 Taskforce was contacted by an adult Vincentian with symptoms typical of COVID-19.

“Testing on Monday December 28 confirmed that adult as positive. Subsequent contact tracing and testing have  revealed 87 contacts and four additional positive cases.

“Contact tracing and testing continue.

All identified positives and their contacts have been isolated and  quarantined. The source of infection of this cluster of local spread is still under  investigation,” the release said.

The sixth case is an adult non-national traveler who arrived from the United Kingdom on December 26 with a negative PCR test result and who tested positive on arrival screening.

“The traveller was in mandatory quarantine at the time of receipt of the result and will be isolated until cleared by two negative tests.”

St Vincent and the Grenadines has now recorded a total of 119 COVID-19 cases, 94 of which have recovered. There are now 25 active COVID-19 cases..

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  1. News784 SVG have named the person concerned, therefore why has the hotel concerned not named too. We should all be confident that approved hotels are adhering to Covid 19 protocol and if one isn’t, we should all be made aware of the failings.