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WATCH: Government Provides Post COVID-19 Relief To Vulnerable Groups

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The Government of Saint Lucia is set to provide additional support to vulnerable individuals and groups, who have been negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The assistance will be part of a major relief package that will be overseen and rolled out by the Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, and Empowerment.

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SOURCE: Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, and Empowerment.

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  1. What really is post covid relief? I woder how it will be assessed. I think another name should be used. Not because you could not give the $1500 (3 time the $500 UWP gave) you have to put it under covid. Those vulnerable people who depended on the hospital for cheaper medication should be assisted in buying from the pharmacy.

  2. Government implement brain dead policies on a manufactured “pandemic”. Lives destroyed by these policies. Government trying to fix these brain dead policies by implementing more policies. Anyone expect anything good from this?


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