Officials at the Ministry of Health and Social Development have raised the travel advisory alert to level two in response to the increase in cases of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus).
Officials from the Ministry of Health and Social Development have met with local freight and cargo shipping companies to discuss precautionary measures in response to COVID-19.
The BVI Environmental Health Division seeks to strengthen measures to prevent and respond to mosquito borne diseases.
New and renewing food handlers are notified of the schedule of sessions that will take place on Tortola on the following dates:
The public is reminded to thoroughly prepare foods this holiday season.
The public is advised to purchase all foods from safe sources this holiday season. Inspect foods for safe temperature, colour, odour, texture and packaging. Also, arrange for foods to be delivered at times when they can be inspected.
New and renewing food handlers are advised of a year-end session being held on December 20 at 8:30 a.m. at the Ward’s Building.
Twenty-nine professionals are now certified in ServSafe Food Protection Management course offered by the British Virgin Islands Environmental Health Division.
British Virgin Islands Environmental Health Division officials are advising consumers not to eat romaine lettuce or products containing romaine lettuce from Salinas, California USA.
New and renewing food handlers are notified that a session will be held on December 12 at 10:00 a.m. at the Waltsco Building on Virgin Gorda.