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📣 THIRD COVID CASE CONFIRMED .                      📣 March 29, 2020: – The Ministry of Health has confirmed the third case of COVID-19 in Belize.                      📣 PRESS RELEASE: – Amendment to Quarantine Order, Belmopan. March 29, 2020. 3:32 p.m.                      📣 The Government of Belize has enacted the Quarantine Order for the entire country of Belize.                      📣 POLICE UPDATE: -Police Commissioner informed the media this morning that over the past 24 hours police have arrested 9 persons for refusing to practice social distancing.                      📣 ARTHUR SALDIVAR DETAINED; – Love News has confirmed that Belmopan police have detained Attorney Arthur Saldivar. We understand that it has to do with a post he made on his Facebook page.
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    Businesses adjust to State of Emergency

    When it comes to the nitty-gritty of the businesses that will be allowed to open and the restrictions they will have to be abiding by, it is a very wide area to cover.  We broke it down as best as we could, starting with how the Attorney General explained the provision of fuels and the time restrictions.

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Orange Walk Town recorded the highest inflation rate

The Statistical Institute of Belize released its latest figures for June which show an increase of point six percent in the price of goods and services. The All-items Consumer Price Index went up from 104.4 in June 2017 to 105.0 in June 2018.  The category that recorded the largest inflation rate was transport with a 4.5 percent increase, due to a significant rise in the price of fuel. Housing, water, electricity, gas, and other fuels also saw an increase of 0.3 percent which was due to a drop in the home rental costs by 0.4 percent; meanwhile, there was a 14.7 percent rise in prices for Liquefied Petroleum Gas. Food and non-alcoholic beverages continued to see a moderate reduction in June.  For two consecutive months,  Orange Walk Town saw the highest increase in consumer prices with an inflation rate of 2.2 percent. Meanwhile, Dangriga saw the lowest inflation rate with a 1.8 percent decrease.

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