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📣 PM confirms second COVID-19 case in Belize .                      📣 Rt.Hon Dean Barrow, Prime Minister of Belize: “Just before I took to the podium the Minister of Health called me to say there is a second confirmed case but it is that the first confirmed case infected one of her family members, indeed her mother”.                      📣 The Government of Belize has enacted the Quarantine Order for the entire country of Belize.                      📣 CUBAN MEDICAL BRIGADE ARRIVES IN BELIZE.                      📣 Thirty-two of fifty-eight members of the Cuban Medical Brigade that was deployed to assist Belize in the fight against COVID-19 arrived today, March 25, 2020 at the Philip Goldson International Airport.                      📣 The team consists of not only doctors, but nurses and other medical professions.
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    Health workers face discrimination by members of the public

    Health workers in Belize who are on the front line of this COVID-19 crisis are not being treated fairly.  This time, it’s not mistreatment from the Government or any organization, it is from the public.  In today’s edition of Ask the Expert, the Director of Health Services, Dr. Marvin Manzanero explained that the health workers are being shunned at stores…

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The Cinderella Plaza Taxi Association in Belize City is in a bit of turmoil over fees owed to the Belize City Council. The fees have not been paid for years and the cab drivers are worried that they could lose their licenses or access to the Plaza area. Philip Martinez, one of the area taxi men said they tried to dialogue with City Hall, but got no results.

Phillip Martinez, Taxi man: “Some of the guys said that they wouldn’t pay the union because when the opposing side won it would be a free launch. But we went and we had a meeting with the present mayor. He said that he would cut it down to $10 a month. So we agreed with that but they say that we have arrears behind from the old. So we are trying to dialogue with this new mayor in terms of how much we have so we can pay to keep the flow going.”

Reporter: How much are they saying the group owes total?

Phillip Martinez, Taximan: “Alright they gave us a new release about two days ago and it stated that we owe $5,000 on our behalf. Well we figured it out that that is not accurate. So that’s why….”

Reporter: You wanted to dialogue and a meeting.

Phillip Martinez, Taxi Man: “With the meeting and then we came with our reports of what we have and then we could go from there. Last week we made an appointment with the City Council and they told us to go there at 10 o’clock. We sat down for about two and a half hours, when we got there they said they were in a meeting so we said okay we will wait. Up to today the meeting is done and nobody came back to get in touch with us.”

Reporter: Are you afraid you’re going to use your license or they are going to close down Cinderella Plaza ? What is it that you want?

Phillip Martinez, Taximan: “Well we are in a union body, that is why we want to dialogue with this because we are hearing all kinds of things from everybody that if we don’t do what we have to do they will close us down.”

 

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