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COVID-19 statistics for Barbados

Total Cases

144

0.00%

New Cases

0

Total Deaths

7

4.86%

Total Recovered

118

81.94%

Active Cases

0

0.00%

Critical Cases

19

13.19%

Last update: 142 seconds ago

CoronaVirus charts for Barbados

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Coronavirus statistics for Barbados

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Barbados 144 0 7 0 118 0 19

COVID-19 Latest News for Barbados:

1 week ago
DeLisle Worrell: Strengthening Health Systems to Tame Pandemics
Barbados Underground

Reproduced from caribbeansignal.com. On July 13, McKinsey & Company, one of the agencies of the famous global consultancy, issued a report entitled “Not the last pandemic: Investing now to reimagine public health systems”. The lesson of the Covid-19 pandemic is that there are basic flaws in...


2 weeks ago
Covid 19 Forces a Rush to Implement Digital Transformation
Barbados Underground

The COVID 19 period has redefined the new normal in the world. Whether a small, medium or large business, business models have had to be rejig deliver goods and service safely and economically. Government departments comfortable for decades with operating under layers of bureaucracy have been forced...


2 weeks ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – For the Sake of Covid 19, Waive Taxes!
Barbados Underground

Like I would imagine, along with thousands of other small businesses we have spent the last four months trying to find creative ways of meeting our financial obligations, without any source of earned income. Where possible we have deferred actual payments to essential services by using credit cards,...


1 month ago
A Matter of Principle; Not Money
Barbados Underground

The People’s Republic of China has imposed a new national security law for Hong Kong, provided for by Article 23 of the Basic Law, criminalizing sedition, collusion with foreign powers, subversion and terrorism – all run-of-the-mill contrived offenses used by autocracies. It is important to...


1 month ago
Barbados COVID 19 Free and Open for Business
Barbados Underground

Prime Minister Mia Mottley gave the all-clear recently Barbados will be reopening for business on the 25 July 2020 with the proviso public health protocols must be adhered to by individuals and businesses. At the time of the announcement she confirmed to date there have been 96 confirmed cases, 83 total...


1 month ago
Marketing for Hoteliers on Small Islands
Barbados Underground

As the covid-19 outbreak begins to subside and countries start to reopen, the big questions for hoteliers on island destinations are:   How will my clients get to the destination? Which airlines will survive and continue to fly and under what conditions? News reports state that clients in major...


2 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Covid 19 and LIAT
Barbados Underground

It would appear that our citizens and residents will first have the option of travelling within the Caribbean, as and when Coronavirus restrictions are lifted. As we are now in the traditional prolonged softer summer season, it also appears to be more logical that our tourism planners and policymakers...


2 months ago
To Reopen Schools…
Barbados Underground

The government has taken – some are saying – the bold decision to announce a date for children to return to physical classrooms in Barbados. Some parents have expressed concern why the rush especially for a ten or eleven year old preparing for the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance...


2 months ago
Bajans Abroad Have the Best Eyes and Ears
Barbados Underground

Submitted by Andrew Nehaul Many write about tourism being on the way out but few provide any solid ideas or concepts that can be used as an economic substitute. With your permission I would like to change the subject. I may be wrong but I get the impression that many who visit this site live abroad....


2 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Book or not to Book is the Question
Barbados Underground

One of the greatest challenges for the entire tourism industry post Coronavirus, in my humble opinion, will be the subject of credibility in the eyes of the consumer or traveller. Almost every day, often conflicting announcements, regarding the status of when ‘we’ are able to fly and from where,...

2 months ago
He Was Born With a Vampire on his Back
Barbados Underground

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel I Iktor Tafari HE WAS BORN WITH A VAMPIRE ON HIS BACK, so he believes that God put it there. Moreover, he was schooled and churched to see his landless-ness as normal.That is why today’s X-Slaves do not recognize the fundamental injustice that is inherent in their landless...


2 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Dishonest Tour Operators
Barbados Underground

Will the traditional model of largely being a tour operator dependent tourism destination dramatically change – as we know it – after the end of the Coronavirus crisis? What prompted these thoughts were the widespread reporting of the huge amounts of monies still owed to our hotel and lodging...


3 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Post Covid Airlines Hustle
Barbados Underground

While some may view it as premature to speculate, given our dependency on tourism, without any other sector on the horizon to replace it, partially or totally, it is perhaps not quite so silly. Many airlines have taken this ‘opportunity’ of the current crisis to downsize their fleets, especially...


3 months ago
COVID 19 HIT (Check) List
Barbados Underground

Submitted by Bentley If you do not tick any of the sicknesses in the table your chances of having a negative outcome to contracting Covid 19 maybe virtually zero. I challenge anyone in or outside the medical community to identify a single individual who has died from Covid-19 that did not fall into...


3 months ago
Senator Caswell Franklyn Speaks – Mock Prime Minister
Barbados Underground

Barbados is in the grip of the worst pandemic, in my lifetime, Covid-19 that has taken the lives of over 200,000 people worldwide to date. And it does not seem that the Government is up to the task of managing this crisis. To my mind, it is certainly not setting the example by complying with the conditions...


3 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Suggestion
Barbados Underground

The current Coronavirus crisis has given ‘us’ a multitude of opportunities, if we choose to seize the moment and use this time to learn and improve conditions for growing our economy, when circumstances return to any form of normality. As I have mentioned before, especially for the smaller investor...


3 months ago
A Question for Acting Prime Minister Santia Bradshaw
Barbados Underground

Submitted by SirFuzzy Will the MOEd [Ministry of Education] be forced to consider having a staggered teaching arrangement if the covid-19 induced realities still swamp us at the beginning of a new academic year in September 2020″? I believe that secondary school may adapt to the stay-at-home-...


3 months ago
Adrian Loveridge Column – Cruise Ship Industry Presents Opportunity
Barbados Underground

While pretty much all that is uttered currently regarding the future of our land based tourism sector is purely academic, until we can see some possible end to the current coronavirus crisis, one thing for absolutely certainty is that the cruise ship industry will never be quite the same again. According...


3 months ago
Developing Food Security in Post Covid 19 Caribbean Economies
Barbados Underground

Submitted by Mahogany Coconut Group Many regional commentators are of the firm opinion, that the post COVID-19 economies, will have to consider putting the Agriculture industry, at the forefront of economic planning. While we certainly do not want to engage in pessimism, we suspect that some who share...


4 months ago
Senator Caswell Franklyn Speaks – Government Bungling Response to Coronavirus Crisis
Barbados Underground

At the outset of the Coronavirus crisis in this country, the Hon. Prime Minister, Mia Mottley, hosted a consultation with members of the Social Partnership and me at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, to plan strategy for fighting this threat. I was impressed and congratulated her on the approach....

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