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Last week’s General and Regional elections attracted a massive amount of attention both locally and internationally.Citizens were glued to the breaking online news for developments with readership reachingDaily online hits for Kaieteur News broke records last Thursday with 340, 000 visitors recorded.record levels for Kaieteur News, touching almost 340, 000 hits on Friday when announcements by the authorities put the Opposition coalition in the lead.It would mean that daily readership for Kaieteur News online edition jumped by a staggering 260 percent for one day alone.On Sunday, May 10, the day before elections were held, the readership had already been one of the highest in the Caribbean for any one website. On that day, there were 126, 806 hits which reflected average readership in recent months.On Monday, as Guyanese and mainly overseas readers visited the site to check on the voting process, the number of hits jumped to 201, 301 hits.This increased by a very significant jump to 291, 331 on Tuesday as visitors waited impatiently for the results. On Wednesday, the visits remained high with 7, 000 less.On Thursday, as Kaieteur News broke stories of the preliminary results by Guyana Election Commission (GECOM), which put the coalition ahead, the online readership touched the highest ever- 339, 919.On Friday, it dropped back to 291, 693 hits with 273, 646 on Saturday.Coverage of the swearing in of President David Granger on Saturday at the Parliament Buildings saw the Sunday online edition recording almost 289, 000 hits.The website, Cheap NFL Jerseys, www.kaieteurnewsonline.com, has been one of the most popular in the Caribbean recording an increasing number of visitors in recent months.On February 4, last, it reached 176, 078 hits.This reflected the highest number of hits since November 29, 2011, the day after General Elections, when the website, www.kaieteurnewsonline.com, saw a record 198, 289.The online edition does not charge a fee for readership.More than 228 countries around the world have been visiting the website, which helped to record 186M views since the newspaper started tracking the numbers in 2009.The largest number of hits to Kaieteur News’ site is found in the US, with almost 55 million recorded between February 25, 2012 and February 21, 2015.Guyana followed with 18.7M; Canada 17.9M; United Kingdom 3.9M and Barbados 2.2M. These are countries with a large number of Guyanese immigrants.It would appear that crime stories –accidents, politics, robberies and murders – would account for the biggest draws for readers.Hits refer to number of times an article is read.
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Date: 28 Apr 17 05:11am
As the world population reaches seven billionYesterday Guyana joined the rest of the world in celebrating the world’s population reaching the seven billion mark. As part of the celebration the Ministry of Health honoured the mothers who gave birth yesterday at the Georgetown Public Hospital.Up to press time, yesterday, six babies were born at the facility. Among the mothers who gave birth are Alicia Hamer who gave birth at 1:50 hours, followed by Flori Emmanuel, Shevonne Babb, Laurell Hinds and Yohanda Hayden.Assistant Country Representative, Patrice La Fleur, of the United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) said that the organization is pleased to be honouring the mothers as well as the babies. “We are pleased to be here to acknowledge the babies who were born today, NFL Jerseys Authentic, the day when the world has achieved the seven billion population mark.”Chief Medical Officer of the Ministry of Health Dr. Shamdeo Persaud making a presentation to Alicia Hamer who gave birth to the first baby to be born yesterday at the Georgetown Public Hospital. Ward Sister, Marjorie Arjune and Assistant Representative of the UNFPA Dr. Patrice La Fleur look on.Ms. La Fleur said that the day also coincided with Guyana’s launch of the State of the World Report which focuses in on challenges and possibilities. “These babies are significant as they are born on a special day which the whole world is acknowledging.”Dr. La Fleur further acknowledged the fact that these and other babies are coming into a world that has a lot of challenges but also with a lot of possibilities. “We hope that over time we will work closely with the Ministry of Health to ensure their future growth and development.”. She further encouraged the mothers who were present to ensure that their babies are fully immunized.“They must always be fully immunized; their good health and wellbeing can be achieved and this is an effort that we all can make to ensure that they all grow with love and a good education.”Also addressing the mothers was Chief Medical Officer Dr. Shamdeo Persaud who congratulated the mothers. He noted that while today is very special each birth is equally special to the Ministry and the health care system all together.“Each day in Guyana we have at least 40 births and of that number four mothers have complicated deliveries but at the same time we have to thank our health care workers for their efforts, ”.He too stressed the need for each child to be fully immunized while noting that together Guyana can ensure that its babies can get through the first year of life in good health.