Pierre Says The Work Has Not Slowed After Testing Positive For COVID-19

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Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre took to his official Facebook page Thursday to assure the people of Saint Lucia that the work has not slowed down despite his COVID-19 diagnosis.

“In times like these, I wish my selfie game was stronger so I could post a picture, but until such time, I just want to reassure everyone with this message that I am doing well. The work has not slowed down, I’m just doing it from home now,” Pierre wrote.

“Thank you all for your thoughtful words and prayers. Let us continue to observe the COVID-19 protocols and get vaccinated,” the PM stated.

On Tuesday, Pierre received a positive PCR test result.

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” As per public health protocols, he is presently isolated and will continue working from home. The Prime Minister is doing well and exhibits no symptoms at this time. Prime Minister Pierre’s full recovery is anticipated within the next few days,” his office said.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Please Focus on improving water flow distributions to the north tip of the island, bc there is not enough water pressure for everyone! And here you recently heard that even grey water might not have sufficient pressure to supply Cabot!
    Feel better to You PM,
    And the previous PM for speedy COvid recovery as I was told by a friend who was in govt quarantine all they were administering was fresh lemon water daily early COvid days….WASCO.

  2. By working at home and not slowing down, does that mean the deputy is not in your office? my advise to you, don’t ever let him get too close to your office. It was a mistake to promote him to deputy, so look out. Its time to bring Kenny back, even in a wheel chair; God will take care of him; so keep well Pall.

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