The Ministry of Health and Social Development continues to urge the community to remain vigilant and support efforts to reduce the impact of Zika by eliminating potential breeding sites for mosquitoes.
Human Resource Managers, Office Managers and persons with responsibilities for occupational health and safety in the workplace are strongly encouraged to participate in the Occupational Health and Safety Training Seminar on Thursday, November 3 from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. at the Eileen L. Parsons Auditorium, H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, Paraquita Bay.
In an effort to strengthen the development of occupational health and safety in the Territory, an Occupation Health and Safety Subcommittee was established under the Virgin Islands National Health and Wellness Advisory Council.
As efforts continue to reduce the impact of Zika within the Territory, boat owners are being asked to secure their vessels by either turning them over or cover them with tarpaulin to reduce mosquito breeding.
The Office of Gender Affairs, with the support of the O’Neal and George families, is inviting the public, and especially Virgin Gorda residents to an Awareness Walk in remembrance of the late Zabrina O’Neal.