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📣 Two More Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed.                      📣 PRESS RELEASE Belmopan. April 6, 2020. 10:30 a.m. – The Ministry of Health has continued to scale up testing for COVID-19 and a further 26 samples were tested on Sunday, April 5th. That scaled up testing has identified two further cases, both males residing in San Ignacio.                      📣 ***PATIENT 4 PASSES*** – Love News has confirmed with a family member that Patient 4 lost his fight against COVID-19. Reports indicate he passed away earlier today after underlying complications.                      📣 Belmopan. April 5, 2020. 8:15 a.m. – Ministry of Health confirms Fifth case of COVID-19 in Belize.                      📣 Today, April 5, 2020 at 03:19 a.m., the expanded testing protocol of the Ministry of Health identified a fifth case of COVID-19. The patient is a Belizean student who returned from Florida.                      📣 The patient arrived in Belize on Friday, April 3rd, and is in self-isolation at a quarantine facility. He is without symptoms and stable.                      📣 A total of 102 samples were processed on April 4th and into the early hours of today. The samples processed included close contacts from both Belize City and San Ignacio and that of health care workers in the Cayo District who had been in contact with patient #4.                      📣 The remaining 101 samples were all negative for COVID-19, and therefore, the Ministry is still unable to determine who the infected contact was for patient #4.
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CitCo set the record straight

The Belize City Council held a press conference to set the record straight as it relates to its cemetery workers. Earlier this week, the Christian Workers Union (CWU) voice its displeasure with the Belize City Council after the Council denied their representatives access to a meeting which concerns the union members who work for the Council. The CWU considered the Council’s action disrespectful and a form of union busting. At today’s press conference, Mayor Bernard Wagner said it was not union busting.

Bernard Wagner, Mayor of Belize City: “We went about that meeting and none of the staff questioned the presence of any union representative. They were quite receptive in the meeting we had a very good and productive meeting so the charge of union busting is far from what the council stands for. This PUP City Council, the PUP actually founded on the backs of unionism so clearly that charge to me is really way ahead of us- that is not in our DNA.”

Wagner added that the matter of the cemetery staff’s subsistence has been resolved.

Bernard Wagner, Mayor of Belize City: Everybody’s being paid, everybody is being paid the subsistence we worked that out from the last meeting I had with them. They had some issue to the best of my knowledge that they wanted instead of getting the food they just wanted the subsistence in hand and we have worked that out we’ve said we’ll give you in hand that is where we stand with that matter. You get in a room with your employer you work it out and you move on.”

The collective bargaining agreement between Belize City Council and CWU’s members expires later this year. However, there was not any indication from Wagner as to when it will be renewed.


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