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While I certainly wouldn't mind to see this happen, I'm even more convinced it won't. Great for Tourism The chikungunya epidemic is causing worries for tourists. "Efficiency must be improved and personnel costs down." Hear, hear.
Every day several cases arrive in Holland in Holland, who have been infected here. There are also strong rumors that UTS telecommunications is in trouble, just like ADC I've Given Up Tried to keep count of the numbers of armed assaults, but the information is just not forthcoming. [loosely, any not-built-up area] and minister Whiteman just seems to have found out.
The number of infections may well have grown to 75,000 by April (that's 50% of the population) but, on the other hand, may have peaked already. But the clinic claims they're just renters and can just continue their work. Health minister Whiteman will stay away from the auctions as he's been reproached that he only wants to bankrupt the clinic.
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Didn't Work The government wanted to keep people at work until age 65 (used to be 60) and arranged a deal where they get less AOW state pension.
But the recipients quickly figured out that, instead of having received 1120 percent of their AOW at age 76, they get 1100 when they stop working at 60. At last we know that everybody will get his own box with key, which answers one question. Despite my efforts, not only here, to point out to the authorities the advantages of new ways to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquito, transferring dengue, chikungunya (and yellow fever) they continue to apply that old palliative: spraying.
But as usual, "they" (up there) are concerned about the effects on tourism. But Orco Bank has decided, after announcing the auctioning of Taams clinic buildings, that the inventory will also be sold.
I don't care a fart about tourism—I'm concerned about Unavoidable Tourists have started annulling their travels to Curaçao because of the chicungunya epidemic. Of course they would, and it's high season too; and don't forget carnaval. Leaves very little chance for 'em to continue, even as an annex of the Hospital; let alone on their own.
MFK Thodé has one good question: we are told that we'll all have to pay less taxes in the coming years, but the government counts on receiving more. Maybe the world is coming to its senses and even politicians are getting it: there's no free energy lunch. The public ministry doesn't keep good track of fines, paid and unpaid.