Residents are urged to take precautions when consuming food following power outages.
The Environmental Health Division is alerting the public that fogging will be conducted in operations in and around the festival villages at Road Town, East End/Long Look and Carrot Bay.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable Orlando D. Smith, OBE, has called on residents to stop the improper dumping of garbage and keep the environment clean.
Exclusive clinics will be held in July for food handlers participating in this year’s festival activities.
The public is invited to ‘Wear Something Green’ on Friday, June 9 in solidarity and observance of Environment Week 2017.
The public is invited to participate in the Adult Nature Scavenger Hunt on Friday, June 10, in observance of Environment Week 2017.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are urged to continue weekly inspections of their premises for signs of mosquito breeding.
The British Virgin Islands Environmental Health Division is advising consumers to discontinue the use of certain Robin Hood Flour products.
Eleven inspectors from the public service have refreshed their skills and expanded their knowledge on the technical aspects of site assessments.
The BVI public is asked to return any Grace Food Products to the place of purchase following a product withdrawal exercise activated by Grace Foods.