Daily Archives: 11/05/2020

CNN: LIVE UPDATES Election 2020 Presidential Results – Biden leading

Joe Biden


  • Joe Biden is nearing 270 electoral votes.
  • Six states remain too close to call. The key battleground of Pennsylvania warned they may not have their final tally today. Here’s why delayed election results show us the system IS actually working.
  • President Trump claimed some legitimate tallying efforts should stop and tried to assert victory in the election. Joe Biden urged patience as the votes continued to be counted.
  • See the latest results in the House here and Senate here.

GET Details at this link……   


GUYANA: Public Health Advisory for Rainy Season Floods

Flooded Street in Guyana

In light of the increased rainfall and the flng in flood prone areas and there is flooding, stay out of the water as much as possible, as it can ooding in coastal and outlying areas, the Ministry of Health is advising the general public to pay special attention to their health, personal hygiene, vector control, food and water safety, and public health during this COVID-19 pandemic.

The Ministry of Health advises that:            Continue reading

GUYANA: Heavy Rains Cause Severe Flooding in Georgetown and Coastal Areas

— Emergency response activated  

Flood water inside a home in southern Georgetown.

Heavy rainfall overnight rainfall on Wednesday caused severe flooding in Region Four Demerara Mahaica including  Guyana’s capital, Georgetown.

The Hydrometeorological Department of the Ministry of Agriculture says in its extreme rainfall report and weather advisory that between 8 AM Tuesday and 8 AM Wednesday,  the highest rainfall reported was 120.3 millimeters  (4.7 inches) at the Georgetown Botanical Gardens.    Continue reading

TRAVEL: Virgin Atlantic; other airlines apply to fly to Guyana; two hotels near CJIA proposed

Aviation Minister Juan Edghill on Wednesday November 4, announced  that the United Kingdom-headquarterd airline, Virgin Atlantic, is among several carriers that have applied to fly to Guyana.

Mr. Edghill hoped that the new Board of Directors of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) would eventually greenlight that application fir Virgin Atlantic to begin scheduled flights to Guyana.    Continue reading

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