Bryan Lifts Curfew At 6 a.m., Says Government Offices Will Re-Open At 10 a.m.
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — During a storm-impact press conference this morning, Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. said that he lifted the curfew as of 6 a.m. today and that government offices will reopen at 10 a.m. today.
The territory’s seaports were still closed as of the governor’s press conference, and the U.S. Coast is conducting an assessment.
Government workers who take the ferry between St. Thomas and St. John are excused from reporting to work until further notice.
The territory’s airports are open and functioning as normal, Government House said.
But Seaborne’s Puerto Rico flights are canceled today and Cape Air’s morning flights to Puerto Rico and inter-island St. Thomas-St. Croix flights also are cancelled, Government House said.
“Cape Air flights may resume later (today) depending on weather conditions,” a prepared statement from the Joint Information Center said. “Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas and Henry E. Rohlsen Airport on St. Croix are open and operating as normal.”
No other flight cancellations have been reported, according to the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA).