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Coronavirus puts the brakes on motorsport


Added 19 March 2020


Mark Hamilton (Picture by Trevor Thorpe.)

No more motorsport until further notice.

That’s because of the Coronavirus pandemic and Government advising Barbadians to avoid groups of more than 100 and older people to stay at home in a set of new guidelines designed to fight a spreading coronavirus outbreak.

The directive comes in the wake of the detection of two Coronavirus cases on March 17, and Barbados now in Stage 1 of the Barbados National Pandemic Preparedness Plan.  (TT)

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