Category - COVID-19

#TheWardPost Caribbean Challenges Caribbean Regional - Political/Social/Economic COVID-19

Caribbean Response to COVID-19: A conversation with representatives of regional players

Caribbean Response to COVID-19 Conversation Hosted by Ambassador Curtis Ward for CaribNation TV and The Ward Post  Special Guests: Dr. Joy St. John, Executive Director, Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA); Dr. Douglas Slater, CARICOM Assistant Secretary General – Human and Social Development; Professor Dr. Clive Landis, Chairman, University of the West Indies COVID-19 Task Force   This discussion explores the many important ways Caribbean regional institutions are...

#TheWardPost Challenges to Press Freedom Coronavirus COVID-19

Freedom and Democracy Under Attack in Times of Coronavirus

Freedom and Democracy Under Attack in Times of Coronavirus Ambassador Curtis A. Ward The deadly global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has focused all countries primarily on saving lives and preserving economies. Countries are taking actions constrained by their health and economic capacities. For the most part, the actions taken by each country to meet these challenges adhere to their respective constitutional and statutory limitations.  Others make statutory changes in compliance with their...

#TheWardPost COVID-19 Global challenges

Life in the Times of Coronavirus

Message to CaribNation and The Ward Post friends and supporters Ambassador Curtis Ward  “It is our imperative to do the right thing – each of us for each other; each of us for our families’ safety and well-being; each of us for our communities; and each of us for our countries.” Please watch my Commentary on “Life in the Times of Coronavirus.” © 2020 Curtis A. Ward/The Ward Post Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter

#TheWardPost Caribbean Challenges COVID-19

Fighting the Contagion of COVID-19: A Different Kind of War

Fighting the Contagion of COVID-19: A Different Kind of War Dr. Eddie Greene As we write, governments around the world  are scrambling to deal with the spread of the coronavirus, which has sickened at least 176,500 people worldwide and contributed to more than 7,350 deaths. These figures are likely to increase exponentially without the  enforcement of stringent and effective measures. Canada shut its borders to anyone who is not a citizen or permanent resident, while the European Union...