A public/private partnership has been established to chart the path towards mosquito eradication on Virgin Gorda.
Residents of Jost Van Dyke are notified that the vector control team will travel to the island on February 25 and 26 to conduct house to house inspections.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are asked to remain vigilant and to support preventative measures to reduce the impact of Zika virus.
Roadside vendors and owners of food establishments are reminded that they are to be registered and licensed in order to operate within the Territory.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are urged to remain vigilant about reducing mosquito breeding sites in light of the recently issued Zika Alert.
The Environmental Health Division is making amendments to the processing of food handler clinics beginning January 2016 in an effort to increase efficiency.
Food handlers and prospective vendors in Jost Van Dyke are urged to register with the Environmental Health Division for the upcoming Old Year’s Party in Great Harbour.
The Jost Van Dyke community is doing its part to reduce mosquito breeding sites on the island.....
The Environmental Health Division is notifying residents in East End/Long Look area of Tortola that fogging operations will be conducted on November 30, 2015....
The Government of the Virgin Islands, as part of ongoing efforts to protect the community from Dengue Fever and Chikungunya, will commence a round of fogging on Anegada and East End, Tortola.