Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015 celebrations - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

Anyone planning to attend 2015 Carnival festivities should call ahead before making travel plans.



Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015celebrations CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes









 "As the agency charged with the responsibility of presenting and managing Carnival activities held under the aegis of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, we have taken an active role and will work alongside our partners to spare no effort in ensuring that Ebola does not reach our shores or that if it does, it is contained.

The NCC wishes to reassure the public that we are working closely with all our stakeholders and will provide timely updates as it relates to the preparation of Carnival 2015.

Should you require additional information, please feel free to contact me at a.demas@ncctt.org or 622-4800 or Mr. Kevon Gervais, Manager, Corporate Communications at k.gervais@ncctt.org or 622-1670 ext. 409."

—According to a press release on the Trinidad Carnival Commission

Ban on West African nationals coming to Caribbean Islands. Do you agree? - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

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"St. Vincent and the Grenadines has placed a ban on nationals from Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Guinea, entering the island, as Caribbean countries continue to put in place measures to deal with a possible outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the region. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said that the measure was taken given the lack of infrastructure on the island to deal with the Ebola virus for which there is no known cure."
Read more: http://www.caribbeanfevercommunity.com/profiles/blogs/why-did-my-uncle-die-of-ebola-while-every-other-patient-treated-i#ixzz3GEv1eJbS



"Melting pot: At University College London, advice has been circulated telling students to call emergency services if they develop headache, diarrhea or vomiting within three weeks of arriving back in Britain." Read more: http://www.caribbeanfevercommunity.com/profiles/blogs/why-did-my-uncle-die-of-ebola-while-every-other-patient-treated-i#ixzz3GEugLCUT



"Fears: The Postgraduate Statistics Centre at Lancaster University, where cleaners have

been warned to watch out for body fluids when cleaning the bathrooms in halls of residence housing West African students." Read more: http://www.caribbeanfevercommunity.com/profiles/blogs/why-did-my-uncle-die-of-ebola-while-every-other-patient-treated-i#ixzz3GEunN75m


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