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Trump government has abandoned its controversial decision to deny visas to students whose courses in the United States would remain virtual at the start of the school year due to the coronavirus epidemic "The parties have reached a solution [...] the Government has accepted to annul the decision," said the judge during a brief hearing without giving further details on the reasons for the decline of the Trump administration, faced with the lawsuit of the largest American universities...
Moïse J-C calls for an uprising
Moïse Jean Charles, leader of the radical opposition party "Pitit Dessalin" who has been silent for months, accuses the elites of all evils, including that of secretly fueling the epidemic of Covid-19, and plans within 6 next months a catastrophic situation in Haiti. He calls for unparalleled mobilization and a popular uprising to end this situation of social injustice once and for all. He asked the "intellectuals" to take the lead in this uprising.
Covid-19 : Thanks to India
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on behalf of the Government and people of Haiti, thanks the Government and people of India for the 4 tonnes of medical equipment sent to Haiti as part of the fight against the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus. As a sign of the strengthening of cooperation between India and Haiti, this batch of medical equipment includes, among others, front thermometers, paracėtamol, hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin.
Installation of the new DG of EDH
Earlier this week, Nader Joiséus, Minister of Public Works, installed Michel Presumé as the new Director General of Electricity of Haiti (EDH). He replaces Nicolas Hervé Pierre-Louis in this position.
Covid-19 : Increase in gender-based attacks
Covid-19, in Haiti, has caused an increase in sexual and physical assaults against women and girls denounced Marie Ghislaine Monpremier, Minister for the Status of Women and Women's Rights who recognizes that despite the efforts made to combat this violence against women, this situation has worsened since the pandemic and is beyond the control of the authorities.
Minister Clément deplores the slackening of the population
Marie Greta Roy Clément Minister of Public Health notes a certain relaxation on the part of the population following the decision relating to the resumption of certain economic activities and recalls that the Covid-19 is still there. She insisted on the need for citizens to continue to be vigilant and to apply barrier gestures to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-31289-haiti-covid-19-daily-report-july-15-2020.html