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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 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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Encouraging nurses in the wake of pandemic

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The nurses in Belize are front liners in this fight against COVID-19.  Their profession will have them taking care of patients with mild to severe symptoms of the pandemic and will be at risk to some degree. 

The nurses in Belize are front liners in this fight against COVID-19.  Their profession will have them taking care of patients with mild to severe symptoms of the pandemic and will be at risk to some degree.  While their sacrifices and hard work are not always publicly appreciated, the Chair of the Nurses and Midwives Council issued a message to nurses earlier today saying that on this day and the days ahead, the nurses are being asked to perform in ways that they never have before. The message, via a press release, noted that no doubt, the nurses have questions, concerns, and have even begun to question whether or not they should remain as frontline caregivers. While these doubts may surface, the Chair reminds the nurses that their fundamental responsibility is fourfold: to promote health; to prevent illness; to restore health; and to alleviate suffering. The Council implores nurses that while this is a highly stressful period in the country, their behavior is expected to continue to reflect their Code of Ethics by which their profession is governed. The press release ended by thanking the nurses for their invaluable service and selfless care that they continue to render to the Belizean public during these uncertain times.

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