Contact the Environmental Health Division at 468-5110.
The Bupa Secure Care BVI policy requires that insureds notify USA Medical Services as soon as you know that you will need medical treatment. When you pre-notify, the staff at USA Medical Servies begins handling the case, communicating directly with the patient's doctor and medical facility. As soon as all the necessary information is received from your provider, including medical records, Bupa will confirm your benefits and coordinate direct payment. Additionally, USA Medical Services can also coordinate and schedule air ambulances, appointments with specialists, and other medical services.
Emergency treatments must be notified within 72 hours of beginning such treatment. Regular office visits do not require notification.
Records of permanent historical and cultural value are stored in The Archives; the mandate of which is to serve as the official repository to preserve, arrange, describe and subsequently make available the records in its care for research and reference. Since these records tell the story of the Virgin Islands and its people, access to them is imperative for various reasons such as: to act as evidence in court cases; verification of dates of birth, death and other personal or public events; ownership of land; property boundaries; chronicling historical events for educational materials; genealogical research etc.
Fogging only kills the adult mosquitoes. If there are active breeding containers, adults will emerge two to three days after fogging. This is why self inspection and removal of breeding sites by home owners/occupiers is important.
- Your application was not submitted in triplicate.
- Your application involved more than one parcel and the copies submitted were not sufficient for you to receive a copy. A copy will be retained for each parcel.
- Applications must be submitted in triplicate. However, extra copies are not processed unless needed for applications involving more than one parcel.