The organization said that some hepatitis viruses can lead to chronic and debilitating illnesses like liver cancer and cirrhosis.
These meetings form part of a series of member-country visits being undertaken by the CTO leadership to exchange information on the issues involving Caribbean tourism on an individual country and territory basis and to identify solutions.
Media reports have named the victim as Julio Araujo, who has been in Dominica since 2011 working on the US$2.5 million project that is being funded by the Venezuelan government.
Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago ranked 12th and 18th respectively among 20 countries providing the best environments for women starting businesses.
The local task force said it would no longer be cooperating with the US Embassy in Guyana with respect to Trafficking In Persons.
Driving while impaired or refusing to submit to a breath test now attracts a mandatory 18-month driving ban for the first offence.
Conservation groups have worked with local communities to teach them how to catch and prepare the fish without being pricked by the poisonous spines.
Opinion polls published Sunday and last week showed Warner as a comfortable winner in the seat that was considered one of the ruling UNC’s safest.
The regulations require that “no smoking” signs be posted at places of work, government buildings, educational institutions and health facilities including pharmacies.
Chasing 136 for victory the West Indies clawed to 124 for nine in 20 overs after having been languishing at 94 for seven at one stage.
Former deputy director of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Shelton Nicholls said that while the pre-occupation with economic growth in the region is undoubtedly critical, the Caribbean region should ensure that it does not lose sight of the bigger goal of economic transformation and development.
The 165MW hydropower generation facility has an overall cost of approximately US$840 with Guyana repaying an average of US$100 million annually over a 20-year period to service the loan.
Prime minister Skerrit said that the economic growth will be supported by improvements in the agriculture, tourism and construction sectors.
Sir Ronald Sanders called for Chinese companies that want to do business in the Caribbean to consider "joint ventures with the local business community as well as public-sector-private sector partnerships".