by Clive Bacchus
St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Regional exams began Monday (June 28) in St. Kitts and Nevis. The country is now under a 24-hour lockdown with special provisions in place for limited movement for students and invigilators.
Students living in Nevis who attend the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College were told to write their exams on that island rather than journeying to St. Kitts where the college is located. CXC Registrar Solomon Claxton speaking at a media briefing Sunday afternoon (June 27), just hours before the lockdown took effect, also addressed the issue of students who have not yet accessed their timetables.