The Grenada Government, meanwhile, is said to be seeking greater collaboration with the Nation’s stakeholders in the fight against the coronavirus.
As part of efforts, it’s embarking on a series of virtual consultations with key stakeholders.
Discussion will surround measures to tackle the current spike in COVID-19 cases, with a view to protecting lives and safeguarding livelihoods.
The first of such sessions is to be held with the business community 2 o’clock in the afternoon, this Thursday.
The business community, according to a Government release, is seen as a critical partner in the overall development of the country.
The other consultations will target members of the religious community and various trade unions representing workers.
The Consultation sessions will be spearheaded by the Ministry of Finance.
Members of the business community are encouraged to register for Thursday’s consultation via the link, https://www.finance.gd/index.php/businessreg.
The deadline for registration will be 10 in the morning on the day of the consultation.
Registered participants will subsequently receive the link to participate in the discussions.
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