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Founding of Dutch Caribbean Hospital Alliance

Today the hospitals of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Dutch Caribbean have established a cooperative under the name Dutch Caribbean Hospital Alliance (DHCA u.a.). The experience with Covid-19 was the direct reason for the establishment of the partnership. DCHA aims to strengthen the quality of hospital care on these islands. …

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SSO-CN not in compliance with Personal Data Protection Law

The Data Protection Authority CBP-BES, which is charged with monitoring and en­forcement in relation to the processing of personal data by the public and private sec­tors in the Caribbean Neth­erlands, has found during an audit that the Shared Service Organisation of the Carib­bean Netherlands SSO-CN is not properly processing docu­ments with …

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Saba Island Council in the Netherlands

The Saba Island Council is currently in the Netherlands for a series of meetings, work visits, and the year congress of the Association of Dutch Municipalities VNG. Commissioner of Social Affairs, Public Health, and Housing Rolando Wilson is also in the Netherlands and joins part of the program of the …

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Saba delegation meets Kadaster Netherlands on land ownership issues

Saba delegation meets with Kadaster Netherlands about land ownership registration issues and notary problem on Saba On Monday, June 20th, a Saba delegation consisting of Island Governor Jonathan Johnson, Commissioner Rolando Wilson, and Advisor Gerlad Simmons – de Jong had a morning workshop and meetings at the main office of …

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Positive tests on islands going up

The number of coronavirus infec­tions registered on the six Dutch Caribbean islands grew last month. This was announced on June 3 by National Institute for Public Health and the Environ­ment RIVM in the Netherlands. In total, almost 5,000 positive test results were re­ported during May, about 1,000 more than in …

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