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The National Green Party Health: Medical Testing & Alternative Choices 

The National Green Party Health: Medical Testing & Alternative Choices 

Saint Lucia COVID Protocols for 2021-2026 

Aim: Enact Legislation regarding conduct, monitoring, requirements and protocols for Government, Private Businesses and Not-for-Profit Organizations (NGOs), in regards to medical testing. 

Goal 1: Ensure that employers may not coerce employees into taking any medical treatment whatsoever, be it contraceptives, blood thinners, aspirin or vaccines. 

Objective 1: Enact appropriate Legislation within two months after the Election. 

Objective 2: Educate and inform all stakeholders on a Citizen’s or Employee's right to not be siloed out for testing or medical treatment. 


Objective 3: Provide a Government Hotline to handle complaints about being siloed out for medical testing. 

Performance Measures: 

● Ninety-Five Percent (95%) of Citizens, Employees, Employers and NGOs know their testing rights when surveyed. 

● Ninety-Five Percent (95%) of Citizens, Employees, Employers and NGOs know that they have an avenue to complain and be protected (Government Hotline) when surveyed. 

Goal 2: Government, private companies and NGOs with five or more employees are free to implement measures as they see fit such as regular or periodic Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing for employees, as long as such measures are applied across the board to every single employee. Any required testing should be done during worker’s work hours and at the expense of the employer. 

Objective 1: Stakeholders must submit their testing plans to the government for approval. 

Objective 2: Implement fines or penalties for those who do not submit testing plans to the Government. 

Performance Measures: 

● One Hundred 100% of firms with five or more employees must submit testing plans. 

● One Hundred 100% of submitted testing plans are reviewed and approved within one week. 

Goal 3: Inform the population about other measures or treatments that can help prevent COVID-19 such as recommendations such as diet, natural remedies to boost health and the immune system from within and pharmaceuticals e.g. Ivermectin. 

Objective 1: Prepare a scientific-based information package that will explain options for and ensure wide dissemination of that information to Citizens. 

Objective 2: Ensure that an adequate supply of vaccines and alternative treatments are in the country and available for use and distribution.


Performance Measures: 

● The scientific-based information package to have been vetted and 

approved by experts by December 31st 2021. 

● Education Campaign rolled out by April 2022 

● Monitor supplies of prevention and treatments and ensure they do not drop below 70% of the population above age 18 years. 

Goal 4: Recognition of Citizens with natural immunity to Covid-19 infection and those who feel that they are adequately protected against Covid-19 infection. 

Objective 1: Recognise the validity of the Covid-19 antibody blood test, which, if positive is indicative of natural immunity to Covid-19 infection. 

Objective 2: Recognise the adequate prophylaxis against Covid-19 infections by Citizen's who take an adequate weekly dose of ivermectin. 

Objective 3: Recognition of Citizens who by their Faith, lifestyle, diet and use of herbs and/or supplements feel that they are protected against Covid-19 infection. 

Performance Measures: 

● A mechanism created by April 2021 to determine natural immunity. 

● A mechanism created by April 2021 to determine Citizens alternative treatment methods are effective.

Health Policy Salient Issues 

The deliverables that the people expect of the health service and therefore the proposed reforms are: 

● Increased access to health services 

● Improved quality of services in a system that ensures quality 

● Value for money 

● Equity in the service 

Health Sector Reform proposals have been developed on three principal pillars; equity, efficiency and effectiveness. The reforms will provide three levels of service delivery — Health Centres, Polyclinics and Hospitals. 

● The health centres are the community focal points for health development and will be the main institutions for wellness promotion. 

● The polyclinics are institutional platforms for the delivery of more specialised care and will house the multidisciplinary team (health workers and social workers) to allow for the delivery of more sophisticated services to the communities. 

● The hospitals will operate as support for the polyclinics and will provide the secondary and tertiary care services that cannot be delivered by the polyclinics. 

The system is an integrated, mutually supportive network of institutions and workers focused on providing services for the communities in the most comprehensive and convenient way with minimum duplication. 

National programs targeted at the main health and social problems will be developed with programme managers being responsible for successful development and implementation. These programmes include: gender based violence reduction, care of the elderly, integrated child care and protection, chronic non-communicable diseases (diabetes, hypertension, cancer etc.), communicable diseases (expanded programme of Immunisation, sexually transmitted disease program, food borne, water borne and vector-borne diseases).


As a component of some of these, institutions will have to be built, bought or renovated; these include the shelter for women, the transit home for children and the senior citizens home.

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