Belizean Creole (Kriol)

History: The Belizean Creole is an English-base Creole language. About 21% of Belize population are Creoles/Kriols. Almost everyone in Belize speaks Kriol. Descendants are Baymen slave owners and African decent slaves brought to Belize for logging. Some natives, even with blonde hair and blue eyes, may call themselves Creoles. This ethnicity has become an integral … More Belizean Creole (Kriol)

Why We Stay Home by Samantha Harris and Devon Scott

This is a great children’s book that explains why it’s important for us to stay home and why we should CONTINUE to stay home as we continue figuring out how to deal with COVID-19. Thank you to authors Samantha Harris and Devon Scott for not only writing such an important book but for also sharing … More Why We Stay Home by Samantha Harris and Devon Scott


From the Office of The Director of Health Services: We have a second recovered patient from samples tested today. Gentle reminder that the prevention measures need to be enforced at all levels as we go about with new norms, this now needs to be done continuously. Kudos to all the laboratory staff for all their … More COVID-19 UPDATE