Palladium says it complied with prevention measures against Covid-19 at the end of the year party


The Spanish hotel chain Palladium ensures that all security and prevention measures against covid-19 were complied with at the end of the year party that was held at a hotel of its property in Playa Bávaro, in the Dominican Republic, which has been sanctioned by the Government of the Caribbean country with some 56,500 euros. In a statement issued today, the company defends the event organized in its hotel, which the Dominican authorities have described as ‘unacceptable’ since hotels are prohibited in that country from holding parties, concerts, or other events until next January 10, of the measures taken by the coronavirus pandemic. For this reason, the Ministries of Tourism and Public Health of the Dominican Republic, in addition to imposing a sanction, warned Palladium that if the situation repeats, […]

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Dominican Police wage hike starts in January

Santo Domingo.– This month the members of the National Police will begin to receive their salary increase, which ranges from 10% to 40%, with the highest percentage being the salaries of those of lower rank. A private who previously earned RD$10,150.42 will now earn RD$14,210.59; a corporal who received RD$11,600.38 […]