President Abinader says that COVID-19 “is under control” in the Dominican Republic


The president offered the information in an interview with El País, which was published this Saturday.   Dominican President Luis Abinader declared that the COVID-19 pandemic in the Dominican Republic “is controlled” by the authorities, although he ruled out a return to normalcy for the time being. The president referred to the issue when interviewed by the Spanish newspaper El País. The news was published this Saturday, December 26, in the web version of the newspaper. The exact date of the interview, which took place at the Dominican Government Palace, is unknown. Referring to the country’s coronavirus situation, Abinader explained that the death rate of the disease “is one of the lowest.” He also noted that the occupation of the beds destined for the disease is around 30%; 50% of […]

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Officials support vaccination schedule set by the Government

Santo Domingo.– Officials from the ruling Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) supported yesterday the schedule set by the Government to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in the Dominican Republic, despite the fact that other countries in the area, such as Puerto Rico, have already started vaccination. According to Diario Libre, the Government […]