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May 22, 2020

Cabinet Decisions - 22 May 2020

CABINET DECISIONS – 22 MAY 2020   1.         Cabinet has taken note of the situation pertaining to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain the pandemic and avoid any resurgence, namely –   (a)          as at 21 May 2020, out of 26,339 PCR tests carried out, 332 persons had been tested positive;   (b)       as at 21 May 2020, 72,120 Rapid Antigen tests for COVID-19 had been carried out; and   (c)        four new COVID-19 Testing Centres are operational, namely at J. Nehru Hospital, Dr A.G. Jeetoo Hospital, SSRN Hospital and Victoria Hospital.                                                                                         ...

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May 15, 2020

Cabinet Decisions - 15 May 2020

  CABINET DECISIONS – 15 MAY 2020     1.         Cabinet has taken note of the situation pertaining to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain the pandemic, namely –   (a)          the last positive case was detected on 26 April 2020;   (b)          as at 14 May 2020, out of 24,608 PCR tests carried out, 332 persons had been tested positive;   (c)        as at 14 May 2020, 58,706 Rapid Antigen tests for COVID-19 had been carried out;   (d)       as at 14 May 2020, there was no patient under treatment and the number of persons successfully treated was 322;   (e)       from 30 April to 14 May 2020, 2,054 patients have attended the COVID-19 Testing Centres in the Regiona ...

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May 09, 2020

CABINET DECISIONS – 09 MAY 2020

CABINET DECISIONS – 09 MAY 2020      1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the COVID-19 (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to amend a number of enactments to cater for the impact of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), the infectious disease commonly known as COVID-19, for matters connected, consequential or related thereto.     ***   2.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Quarantine Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to repeal the Quarantine Act, which dates back to the year 1954, and re-enact a reformed and modern appropriate legislative framework with a view to providing more appropriate measure ...

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May 08, 2020

Cabinet Decision Taken on 8 May 2020

CABINET DECISIONS  –  8 MAY 2020    1.         Cabinet has taken note of the situation pertaining to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain the pandemic, namely –               (a)       as at 7 May 2020, out of 22,555 PCR tests carried out, 332 persons had been tested positive;    (b)       as at 7 May 2020, 39,057 Rapid Antigen tests for COVID-19 had been carried out;             (c)        as at 7 May 2020, there were two patients at the New ENT Hospital and the number of persons successfully treated was 320; and            (d)       more than 1,000 stranded Mauritians have been repatriated from South Africa, India, UK, Dubai, Réunion, Australia and France since the closure of the airspace ...

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April 30, 2020

Cabinet Decisions taken on ​30 APRIL 2020

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 30 APRIL 2020   1.         Cabinet has taken note of the situation pertaining to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain the pandemic, namely –               (a)       as at 29 April 2020, out of 15,893 PCR tests carried out, 332 persons had been tested positive;               (b)       as at 29 April 2020, 14,305 Rapid Antigen tests for COVID-19 had been carried out on frontliners, namely healthcare providers in the public sector, police officers, residents and staff of Residential Care Homes, Prison Officers and prisoners.  The test was being extended to foreign workers in dormitories and employees of supermarkets;               (c)        as at 29 April 2020, there were 13 patients in th ...

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05
Jan
Start Time:Jan 05, 2017

Oil Storage Terminal project will propel Mauritius into next phase of development, says PM

​ Oil Storage Terminal project will propel Mauritius into next phase of development, says PM The Mer Rouge Oil Storage Terminal (MOST) project will propel Mauritius into the next phase of development and will contribute to transforming the country into a full-fledged maritime hub in the years to come. The Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, made this statement on 27 December 2016 at the laying of foundation stone ceremony of the MOST project in Mer Rouge, Port Louis. He recalled that The MOST project is a testimony of the commitment to implement the Government programme 2015-2019 and the Vision 2030 Economic Mission Statement which aim, amongst others, to transform Port Louis into a lea ...

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12
Dec
Start Time:Dec 12, 2016

Commissioning Ceremony of CGS Victory and 2 Chetak Helicopters

Maritime Surveillance: Mauritius Police Force equipped with new patrol vessel and two Chetak Helicopters As a major step to keep up with the rapid technological advancements in the field of maritime surveillance, a new state-of-the-art ship, CGS Victory, and two Chetak helicopters have been acquired by the Mauritius Police Force/National Coast Guard.  The commissioning ceremony was held on Saturday 10 December 2016 at Quay A in Port Louis in the presence of the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, and the Defence Minister of India, Mr Manohar Parrikar. In his address, the Prime Minister pointed out that the acquisition of CGS Victory is yet another milestone in the country’s long journey ...

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27
Oct
Start Time:Oct 27, 2016

Courtesy Visit by International Committee of the Red Cross delegation

​Mauritius can serve as role model for other countries for its involvement with regards to the issues of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) vis-à-vis the United Nations as well as in the implementation of the IHL.The Head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Ms Perrine Louart, made this statement on 26th October 2016 following a courtesy visit by her delegation on the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, GCSK, KCMG, QC, at the New Treasury Building in Port Louis.Ms Perrine Louart, expressed satisfaction concerning the discussions on IHL with the Prime Minister during which she underlined that the Government has reiterated its full support to matters related to IHL as w ...

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27
Oct
Start Time:Oct 27, 2016

International Humanitarian Law: Winners of an Essay Competition awarded cash prizes

​ International Humanitarian Law: Winners of an Essay Competition awarded cash prizes A prize giving ceremony to reward winners of an essay competition on International Humanitarian Law (IHL) organised by the Prime Minister’s Office was held yesterday at the Prime Minister’s Office in Port Louis.   Targeting public officers, the competition was launched in August 2016. A total of six entries were received. The essays were assessed by a panel comprising an Associate Professor from the University of Mauritius, the Regional Legal Advisor of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and a Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office and three best essays were chosen. ...

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27
Oct
Start Time:Oct 27, 2016

Signature Ceremony Deed of Concession-Ferme Marine de Mahebourg Limited

​Ocean economy: Signature of three Deeds of Concession for fish farming In line with Government’s strategy to diversify the fisheries sector and develop a strong ocean economy, three Deeds of Concession for fish farming were signed on 18 October 2016 at the Treasury Building in Port Louis. The grant of concession was awarded to Ferme Marine de Mahebourg Ltd.   The signing ceremony was held in the presence of the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth; the Minister of Ocean Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Outer Islands, Mr Premdut Koonjoo; and representatives of Ferme Marine de Mahebourg Ltd. The signatories were the Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service, Mr Nayen Koo ...

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