Recount is at Arthur Chung Conference Centre.
DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The national recount of all ballots from the March 2 polls is winding down.
Tallies from today (June 2), showed that 93 ballot boxes were recounted from the three regions under review.
This has brought the total ballot boxes recounted so far to 1,929 with a remaining 410.
Today 36 ballot boxes were recounted for Region Four, 34 for Region Six and 23 for Region Ten. Continue reading →
CJIA recently sanitized – CJIA photo
NewsRoom – On Jun 2, 2020 – By Isanella Patoir
Approximately 160 Guyanese who are stranded will be able to leave the United States of America and return to Guyana this weekend and once tested negative for COVID-19, they will be placed on home quarantine for seven days.
The passengers have to complete PCR COVID-19 test within 48 hours of arrival and once negative, will be allowed to board the flight.
More than 60 Guyanese in the United States have lost their lives to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Consulate General of Guyana in New York, Barbara Atherly, has created an online memorial platform on Facebook –Honoring Guyanese Lost to Coronavirus –where persons have been posting photos and memories of their loved ones who died from COVID-19 complications.
“The purpose of this page is to honor Guyanese who have died of COVID-19 so that family, friends and the larger Guyanese Community may pay their respects in this time of social distancing,” Atherly said in a letter posted to the page.
SEE PHOTOS AND LIST OF SOME OF THE GUYANESE IN THE USA WHO HAVE SUCCUMBED TO COVID-19
Black Montreal has been fighting a pandemic that predates Covid 19—It is Racism by the SPVM.
According to Monnica Williams, a clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada, who studies African American mental health says, “Racism is traumatic for people of color.” “Everything that you have to carry around anyway as a black person, to add onto it having to watch people in your community who’ve done nothing killed at the hands of people in power who will probably suffer few, if any, consequences”. https://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/24/magazine/racisms-psychological-toll.html.
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