Residents of the Virgin Islands are being urged to consider whether they are positive or negative as two new cases of HIV have been reported for the year.
The public is notified that a voluntary recall for one lot (#HN0063) of Eliquis 5 mg tablets has been issued by Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Staff and students of the Leonora Delville Primary School observed Caribbean Wellness Day on Thursday, June 1 by focusing on behaviours of a healthy lifestyle.
The public, in particular, parents are invited to participate in a “Parenting Essentials” Part Two, parenting session from June 6 to 29.
A three-day workshop will be held this week to explore the Health in All Policy approach and discuss how it can be applied to the BVI.
Nurses and Midwives practicing in the Territory must now follow a Code of Conduct and Ethics when serving the public.
The Sports for Life programme continues to receive support from the Government of the Virgin Islands and various sporting organisations.
Medical practitioners in the private and public sectors in the BVI, are invited to participate in a sexual health training workshop on May 30.
All nail technicians, hair stylists and barbers operating in the Territory are reminded that they are required to be certified or licenced in order to operate.
A fitness campaign aimed at inspiring the BVI community to be active was launched today May 17.