PM Lauds Resilience Of Public Officers Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has praised this country’s public officers for their contribution and the resilience they demonstrated especially through the COVID 19 pandemic.

He spoke on the occasion of the observance of Public Service Day 2021.

“Our Public Officers continue to contribute significantly to managing the pandemic in one way or the other and for that you must be commended. Your creativity, and service must not go unnoticed,” Chastanet declared.

According to the PM, this year’s theme ‘The Work Landscape: Post-Pandemic’ is quite appropriate given the tremendous contribution and sacrifice that public servants everywhere have made towards the COVID-19 fight.

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“There is no doubt that without strong, hardworking, fearless and dedicated public service workers, most countries would have been completely overwhelmed by the ravages of COVID-19,” Chastanet asserted.

However, he explained that the reality must be faced that the aftermath of the pandemic will require that that things be done differently.

But Chastanet said having observed the contribution and sacrifices of public officers over the last year, he has no doubt  that they will take on the challenge.

“As we begin discussions on what the work landscape would look like post pandemic, I must remind you that we are still at a stage that requires much vigilance and commitment in protecting ourselves, families, coworkers and friends from the pandemic. I continue to reiterate the need to remain vigilant and in full adherence to the COVID-19 protocols,” he stated.

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