Effect of Covid-19 in Grenada

Effect of Covid-19 in Grenada


According to the surveillance published by WHO on 2nd April 2020, there have been 9 confirmed case and zero death in Grenada. The Ministry of Health announced on 22 March 2020, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Grenada.

In order to take preventions from the spread of the virus the Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr Keith Mitchell on 25th March 2020 declared a limited State of Emergency for the next 21 days. The limited State of Emergency will go into effect from 6 pm today (March 25), and movement will only be allowed between the hours of 5 am and 7 pm, to conduct certain activities.

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All businesses and offices may continue their business operations by allowing their employees to work remotely from home utilising virtual means, unless they are permitted to work under regulation 5 or are designated as being essential workers under regulation 7. Where a business is unable to continue its business operations by its employees working remotely from home, the business shall cease its operations.

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All business and non-essential establishment are expected to be closed except for wholesale or retail grocery stores and commercial bakeries from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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