A pleasant good afternoon and God’s Blessings to the people of the Virgin Islands.
We continue as a Territory to engage in preventative measures as we continue to balance the safety with the rebooting and reawakening of our economy in a phased basis and under the ‘New Regular’ living and working with COVID-19.
Good afternoon all, Before I start, I just wanted to briefly pause and recognise that today is 75 years from what is referred to as VE day – Victory in Europe. This day marks the unconditional surrender by Nazi Germany in WWII bringing the end of the war in Europe. These events happened a long time ago, and many miles away. But it is important that we pause to remember and give thanks to the sacrifices of so many that allow us to have the freedoms and the liberty that we take for granted today.
Premier and Minister of Finance Honourable Andrew A. Fahie has thanked the Governor of the United States Virgin Islands Albert Bryan Jr. for his Government’s commitment and cooperation in law enforcement and border security in the Greater Virgin Islands.
Commissioner of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force Michael Matthews has outlined the procedure for reporting deaths of individuals at home as the Territory continues a 14-day shut down to control the spread of COVID-19.
Good evening all. This is Governor Jaspert. As it has now passed nine o’clock on Saturday 4th April, the Territory-wide full lockdown curfew is now back in place. The full lockdown will be in place for the next 14 days.
Buenas tardes a todos. Quiero agradecer a la gente por los esfuerzos para cumplir con el toque de queda administrado que tenemos hoy, viernes y sábado. Esto es para ayudarnos a vencer el coronavirus y eliminarlo en el próximo período.