Daily Archives: 07/03/2021

CRICKET: 🔴LIVE RADIO | West Indies v South Africa | T20 – 2021 – July 3. 2021

 🔴LIVE RADIO | West Indies v South Africa | 5th CG Insurance T20 – 2021

LIVE…. NOW PLAYING FROM 1.45 PM EST and GRENADA TIME
Scheduled for July 3, 2021 – Match being played in Grenada
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Series tied 2-2

GUYANA: Education and the COVID-19 Pandemic – Stabroek News Editorial

Stabroek News

By EDITORIAL –       

One of the consequences of Covid is the widening of the gap between the affluent and the poor, a problem which applies to developed countries as much as developing ones. But nowhere is inequality between the groups more evident than in the area of education.  Children from better-off families as well as those whose parents are professionals or semi-professionals will emerge from the pandemic less disadvantaged than those of their peers who do not have this kind of family background. A Dutch study for example found that learning loss during the period of the coronavirus was more than 50% greater for children who had poorly educated parents.          Continue reading

GUYANA: ASSOCIATIONS: BUXTON-FRIENDSHIP NEWSLETTER: APRIL – JUNE. 2021

Buxton-Friendship Express

It’s a holiday weekend in the USA and Guyana. Celebrate the love and joy of these occasions, as we praise and thank those who sacrificed to ensure a better future for us, our children, our grandchildren, our great-grandchildren, and our generations to come!

Happy Independence Day, America – 4th July!

Happy CARICOM Day, Caribbean Nations – 5th July!

Enjoy our Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter for the April – June quarter. You can download the attached copy or click on the following link to access it:

http://buxtonguyana.net/Buxton-FriendshipExpress2021-04-06.pdf

Be safe; stay well!

Team Buxton Express 

DOWNLOAD: Buxton-FriendshipExpress Newsletter – April- June 2021  

 

USA: FOURTH OF JULY: The pandemic will deter few Americans from their typical celebrations

By  James Fransham – Data correspondent – The ECONOMIST

After a gruelling 16 months of pandemic restrictions, for many Americans this weekend’s celebrations of the Fourth of July will be more heartfelt—and poignant—than for many years. President Joe Biden will mark the occasion by hosting thousands of key workers and military folk on the South Lawn of the White House in what is being billed as “independence from the virus”. 

Even so, for a lot of people this July 4th weekend may be much like any other. Our latest weekly poll from YouGov asked Americans whether they plan to celebrate more or less than usual this year. Fully 73% said they will be celebrating about the same as usual; only 8% said more than normal. Around 20% said they would do less than usual. That tallies broadly with our new “normalcy index”, which we launched in this week’s Graphic Detail section. From data on eight areas of life, from flights to movie-going, we find that activity in America is still about 25% below its pre-pandemic norm.          Continue reading

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