Good day all, I would first like to thank everyone in the Territory for their compliance with the measures that have been put in place for our safety amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. I know that it has indeed been a challenging period for us all, but I am thankful to each of you for the role that you have played in ensuring the continued prevention of the spread of COVID-19. Thank you for all that you have done and I wish you all a happy long holiday weekend as we celebrate Whit Sunday and Monday.
As the Premier announced, we are about to enter a new chapter of the Territorial Re-opening process where passenger aircraft will be permitted to land at the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport to facilitate the re-entry of BVI nationals and permanent residents during the first phase.
Thank you for joining me for this briefing today and for complying with the social distancing measures we have put in place to keep us all safe whilst we’re here. I realise it’s been a while since we last met face to face, but I am really glad that we are able to safely meet to have these conversations.
A pleasant good afternoon and God’s Blessings to the people of the Virgin Islands.
We continue as a Territory to engage in preventative measures as we continue to balance the safety with the rebooting and reawakening of our economy in a phased basis and under the ‘New Regular’ living and working with COVID-19.
Topic: Health and Safety, The Public Service | Posted By: aphillip
Monday, 18 May 2020 - 4:10pm
The signing of the contract with OBM Limited to provide architectural and engineering designs, construction supervision and contract management for the amount of One million forty eight thousand, four hundred and sixty dollars and eighty cents ($1,048,460.80) marks the official commencement of the renovation and repair work to the Ralph T. O’Neal Administration Complex.