Grenada had a nationwide show of appreciation for the hard-working frontline personnel throughout Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, like the one the UK has every Thurs-day evening.
Organised by the Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation and the Grenada Tourism Authority hosted ‘Salute with Sound’ on April 24 at 7pm.
Minister of Tourism & Civil Aviation Dr Clarice Modeste-Curwen was grateful for the tre-mendous show of support and gratitude with citizens clapping, blowing horns, banging pots and playing musical instruments amongst other sounds for the five-minute duration of the exercise. She informed that though the Maurice Bishop International Airport remains closed, “the Ministry and the GTA are working with our valued airline and cruise line part-ners towards the day when the country will reopen for travel”.
The country has confirmed a total of 18 COVID-19 cases to date with most of the cases being import or import related and seven cases have fully recovered. Grenada is still under a lim-ited state of emergency with restrictions being lifted cautiously on a weekly basis. Currently, Grenadians have Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays where they can leave their homes with masks to carry out essential tasks during the daytime. Otherwise, everyone is required to stay at home and stay safe as Government ensures that the health and wellbeing of the citi-zens and visitors on our shores is safeguarded.
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