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BUSINESS BYTE: Flow congratulates all winners from its 2019 Christmas promotion

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Flow congratulates all winners from its 2019 Christmas promotion.

Flow Customers won amazing prizes ranging from free services to HD Samsung TV’s

 Flow’s customers are giving a big ‘thumbs up’ to the recently concluded Christmas campaign. Customers walked away with scores of free gifts and were also on the receiving end of some exceptional new value-added promotions including free installation for TV services.

Flow’s Commercial Manager, Lorraine Mitchell extended congratulations to all winners, which included: Edith Thomas, Christopher Pacquette, Yannick Parillon, Sylma Laurent, Wilbert Moise and Savarin Dennis who all took home Alcatel Tablets for signing-up for Flow’s new bundles.  Meanwhile Flow customers like Paula Charles, Ivy Durand, Cheryl Peter and Kadeen Royer all won free services from the telecommunications company. Niah Francois, a Flow Prepaid customer from Castle Bruce walked away as the proud owner of a new 32” Samsung TV.

There were several other winners of free credit, free data and free gifts which accompanied the prepaid and post-paid handset offers including the Samsung Galaxy Fitbit, AKJ N200 wireless Bluetooth headsets, Samsung battery packs, and CLCKRs.

Mitchell, is pleased that the campaign received such  positive response from customers.  She said “It’s a great way to thank Dominicans for their continued loyal patronage throughout the year and I am delighted to see so many people walk away as winners in the promotion. I am also really pleased the grand prize went to one of the areas where Flow is currently rolling out its superfast broadband internet and digital television service. I am sure Mr. Francois is getting ready to enjoying Flow’s brilliant HD programming on his new 32-inch Samsung TV.  I extend hearty new year wishes for 2020 and say thanks again to all our customers who continue to support us as we work towards delivering an enhanced telecommunication service in Dominica.”

With the Christmas season behind us and Carnival on the horizon, customers can look forward to more opportunities to win with Flow, who is a major sponsor of the National Carnival Festival.

 

 

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C&W also operates a state-of-the-art submarine fiber network – the most extensive in the region.

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BREAKING NEWS: State of Emergency declared in Dominica

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A state of emergency has been declared in Dominica.

A curfew is now in effect from 6pm to 6am on weekdays with a total lockdown on weekends.

The Attorney General, Levi Peter, has just made announcement on State – owned radio station DBS.

The full text of the order is posted below.

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Salybia Constituency MP joins with Kalinago Council to activate COVID-19 task force

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Cozier Frederick, Kalinago Chief

As you are aware, COVID-19 has infected several individuals in Dominica with a high probability of affecting many more. In direct response to this anomaly, the Parliamentary Representative for the Salybia Constituency has joined forces with the Kalinago Council and other stakeholders to operationalize a task force to plan and coordinate activities relating to COVID-19.

The Government of Dominica has taken steps to ensure border security and mitigating against in-country transmission. The social and economic impact of COVID-19 is of great concern to us especially as we anticipate shortages in food, medicine and other essential supplies.

We have gathered all the data as it regards persons with vulnerability to include the elderly, pregnant mothers, babies, physically-challenged and persons with chronic diseases who may be immobile due to quarantine measures. The intention is to provide services to them in their area of need.

In the eventuality of a countrywide lockdown, the Government of Dominica has made arrangement for the provision of food supply. Our local response to this is ensuring local logistic and transportation measures are in place to facilitate that component of mitigating against the impact COVID-19. Additionally, we will make available seedlings and cuttings and fertilizers for farmers/families to plant backyard garden. Also, animal feeds for livestock farmers. These measures will ensure that meat, fresh fruits and vegetables are available in the short run for our residents.

We will continue to ensure that provisions are made to mitigate against all eventuality arising from COVID-19 to include infections, fatalities, food shortages, shortages of essential supplies.

We encourage further, similar as the call from the Government has been to maintain and observe the protocols that have been outlined by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Initiatives.  These are Social Distancing and practising Proper Hygiene.

We understand that combating COVID-19 requires a collective effort and we are pleased to join forces with the Kalinago Council and local stakeholders to prepare for any eventuality.

Below are the names of people you can contact should you require any information.

 

 

 





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COVID-19: Standpipes for hand washing are in place says DOWASCO

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A newly installed standpipe on Great Marlborough Street in Roseau

As measures to fight the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) intensify, The Dominica Water and Sewerage Authority (DOWASCO) is reporting that the standpipes promised by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit a little over a week ago, have been fully installed.

PM Skerrit said on March 19 that the government had taken a decision to install standpipes in the city of Roseau to facilitate hand-washing in Roseau in the battle against the dreadful virus which has infected more than 900,000 people and killed over 45,000 around the world.

DOWASCO has told Dominica News Online (DNO) that there are now several fully-installed and ready-to-use hand washing facilities in various parts of Roseau.

The company says this was done to encourage everyone to wash their hands and to maintain proper sanitation during the outbreak of COVID-19.

The standpipes have been installed in the following locations: opposite Flow, Going Places, Grand Bay bus stop, Fresh Market, Soufriere Bus Stop, Methodist Church, Marigot Bus Stop, Best Price, Canefield Bus Stop, Irock, Burtons, Grand Fond Bus Stop and Jackson’s.

And although, in keeping with government’s advice, DOWASCO shut its office from March 26, the company told DNO that there will be no issue in providing a constant flow of water to the public through these standpipes.

DOWASCO says it has effected its emergency plan and only emergencies will be attended to during this time of closure.





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