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first_imgThe drop dead gorgeous Scarlett Strallen will take over the role of Sibella in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder on February 10. She will replace Lisa O’Hare, who will exit the Broadway production on February 8. Strallen has previously been seen on the Great White Way in the title role in Mary Poppins. She played Mary Poppins twice in the West End, the second time stepping in for O’Hare. Strallen received Olivier nods for her performances in HMS Pinafore and Singin in the Rain. Other theater credits include A Chorus Line, Candide, Passion, The Music Man and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 17, 2016 Related Shows Written by Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder follows Monty Navarro, a long-lost member of a noble family who stands to become the next Earl of Highhurst—if he can eliminate the eight other relatives (all played by Jefferson Mays) who precede him in line for the title. The tuner received four 2014 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Additional cast members include Jeff Kready, Catherine Walker and Carole Shelley. A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder View Commentslast_img read more

Immunisation week launched in Region 6

January 12, 2020 | bfiqjzlr | No Comments

first_imgGuyana has joined the rest of the world in the fight to ensure that persons are immunised against deadly diseases. The Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) Health Department on Tuesday launched its Immunisation Week of activities.Healthcare providers host an awareness walk on Tuesday in Berbice. In photo, workers walk through Main Street, New Amsterdam, to bring awareness of the importance of immunisationIn 2017, the number of children immunised worldwide was 116.2 million; the highest ever reported. Since 2010, 113 countries have introduced new vaccines, and more than 20 million additional children have been vaccinated.Despite those figures, all of the targets for disease elimination including measles, rubella, and maternal and neonatal tetanus, are behind schedule, and over the last two years, the world has seen multiple outbreaks of measles, diphtheria and various other vaccine-preventable diseases. The World Health Organisation (WHO) said most of the children missing out are those living in the poorest, marginalised and conflict-affected communities.According to the WHO, countries must intensify efforts to ensure that everyone receives the lifesaving benefits of vaccines.This is the seventeenth year that World Immunisation Week is being observed in the Americas and the aim is to immunise 70 million persons against some of the world’s deadliest diseases.This year, immunisation week is being observed under the theme “Protect your community, do your part”.In Region Six, the health department is promoting vaccines for 9-16-year-olds to prevent certain types of cancer.Director of Regional Health Services Jevaughn Stephen said that persons are first being encouraged to ensure that all family members are immunised and then to extend that care to their neighbours. If all are to do that, he explained, the entire community will be immunised.The Health Services Director noted that most of those who have been visiting health centres in the region to be immunised are persons from out of the country.In fact, most persons are foreigners from Brazil, Venezuela and Suriname.last_img read more