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Bartica police did a good job at this event

Dear Editor, The Bartica IMC/NDC wishes to commend the Officer in Charge (OC) of Bartica Police Station on a job and effort well done on Friday, the 10th October, 2014 at the Bartica Secondary School ground as the GTU Bartica Branch was hosting their annual inter school championship sports.

Guyanese healthcare workers should learn from Nigeria’s strategies in dealing with ebola

Dear Editor, I read with interest a recent news article about Guyana’s state of ebola preparedness where Dr Shamdeo Persaud, the Chief Medical Officer of the Guyana Public Hospital Corporation is quoted as saying that port health workers are checking up on persons who have travelled to Guyana from high-risk countries to ensure that none have symptoms of ebola.

Claim rejected by NIS Board

Dear Editor, I am in the State of Texas undergoing specialist attention not available in Guyana. Earlier, I received advice from local opticians and an ophthalmologist, and they all recommended overseas treatment.

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