Apr 24, 2020, 12:15 PM
It is clear that the ways we travel, and use transport, will not be the same after the coronavirus outbreak as they were before.
The worldwide outbreak of the virus has definitely presented challenges for state and local health officials, who have been trying to balance the need for safety against people’s individual freedoms and the health of the economy.
We all know the passage of another year and arrival of a new year causes many people to contemplate reform. But we must not forget the fact that the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic is one of the most complicated health challenges out of time. Since the first reported case in the country in March 2020, many have been asking when lives would return to normal.
We therefore would thank the Almighty God for guiding and seeing us through 2020 as a nation, families, individuals, corporate bodies and entities.
Mr. President, it is gratifying to note that Gambia scored high in controlling corruption and maintaining democratic rights, according to the U.S. based Millennium Challenge Corporation.