Topic: Health and Safety, Ministry of Health, Novel Coronavirus
Tuesday, 7 April 2020 - 10:29am
You heard from the Premier and Honourable Minister for Health yesterday the welcome news that we have had confirmation that all of the 17 samples that were out for testing by CARPHA have been confirmed as negative.
I’d like to thank the Minister for Health, Honourable Carvin Malone for his very in-depth report to you the people of the Virgin Islands. A pleasant good day to you the people of the Virgin Islands! God has blessed us with another beautiful day to do things better than we did yesterday, and we are all grateful.
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.
Buen día a todos, Ha sido otra semana con muchos retos para nosotros en este Territorio. Este es un momento verdaderamente sin precedentes que ha requerido una acción sin precedentes por parte del Gobierno de las Islas Vírgenes Británicas (BVI) y me gustaría agradecerles nuevamente por su esfuerzo para cumplir con el nuevo toque de queda. Tengo toda la confianza de que nosotros, la comunidad de las BVI, y lograremos esto juntos.
Good day all, It has been another challenging week for us in this Territory. This is a truly unprecedented time that has required unprecedented action from the Government of the British Virgin Islands and I’d like to say thank you again for your effort to comply with the new curfew. I have every confidence that we, the BVI community, will get through this together.
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 Day Public Officers, I take this time to wish you God’s blessings in hopes you and your family are all doing well during this period. As you are aware, a 14-day extension of the curfew begins today, Thursday, 2nd April and ends on Thursday, 16th April. Undoubtedly, this is being done in the best interest of the health and safety of all public officers and wider Virgin Islands community.