The public is invited to the Renaming and Dedication Ceremony of Anegada Clinic on Monday, January 21 at 10:00 a.m.
The Anegada Clinic will be dedicated and renamed in honour of Nurse Romalia Smith, as a tribute to her enormous sacrificial contributions to the health sector and the Anegada community.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are being urged to take all necessary measures to protect themselves and eliminate all breeding places for mosquitoes from around their homes.
The Anegada Clinic will be ranamed after Ms. Romalia Smith at 10:00 a.m. at the Clinic.
Official ceremony for the handover of keys to first recipient of a social home under the Housing Recovery Assistance Programme. The event will take place in Lower Estate, Tortola, in the vacinity of the Rainbow Children's Home at 3:00 p.m.
Ms. Decima Smith was handed the keys to her new home completed under the Social Housing aspect of the Housing Recovery Assistance Programme.
Officials from the BVI Health Services Authority have reported that the first baby of 2019 was born in the early morning hours of January 2 to Ms. Shianne Kuntz.
New and renewing food handlers on Tortola are notified that a clinic will be held at the Red Cross Conference Room on Thursday, January 10.
Senior citizen Ms. Decima Smith is featured as she received the keys to her new home today, January 3.
The public is advised that the Community Resilience Workshop sponsored by the Ministry of Health and Social Development has been postponed until March.
Further details on the dates and other relevant information will be provided in the coming weeks.
For more information about the workshop contact Coordinator of Health Promotion Services, Ms. Ivy George via telephone at (284) 541-3189.