Commissioner of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force Michael Matthews has outlined the procedure for reporting deaths of individuals at home as the Territory continues a 14-day shut down to control the spread of COVID-19.
Good evening all. This is Governor Jaspert. As it has now passed nine o’clock on Saturday 4th April, the Territory-wide full lockdown curfew is now back in place. The full lockdown will be in place for the next 14 days.
Buenas tardes a todos. Quiero agradecer a la gente por los esfuerzos para cumplir con el toque de queda administrado que tenemos hoy, viernes y sábado. Esto es para ayudarnos a vencer el coronavirus y eliminarlo en el próximo período.
Good evening all, Yesterday we announced that when this current curfew ends tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., a new curfew will be put in place and that this will last for a further 14 days. Yesterday, we also announced that there would be limited and managed arrangements for people to get essential supplies before returning to a lockdown in their homes.
His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Augustus J.U. Jaspert has announced new measures that the Government of the Virgin Islands will be undertaking to continue to prevent and mitigate the effects of COVID-19.
Good evening all. It is Sunday evening and we have spent our first week-end in Territory-wide curfew. The curfew remains in place until 6:00 a.m. on Thursday 2nd April. Thank you to everyone for remaining in your homes and for doing your part to reduce the spread of COVID – 19/Coronavirus.