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CHRISTIANSTED –– Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. today awarded Ten Thousand Helpers of St. Croix a $30,000 grant to help the St. Croix-based non-profit organization with its Fiscal Year 2021 operations.  Ten Thousand Helpers is a non-profit organization based in Frederiksted advocating for people who are homeless or suffering from mental

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE –– Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. has ordered that all U.S. flags fly at half-staff in accordance with the joint resolution approved by the U.S. Congress on December 18, 2001 designating September 11th of each year as Patriot Day. All flags should be flown half-staff all day until sunset

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CHRISTIANSTED — During his weekly press briefing this afternoon, Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. allowed a number of restrictions under the “Stay at Home” order to expire, effectively moving the territory up to “Safer at Home” status, meaning that nonessential businesses are allowed to reopen. Details were sketchy on the 18th

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Legislature of the Virgin Islands voted to approve the debt consolidation package of $1.1 billion in matching fund bonds over some objections from the Senate on Friday. On a vote of eight to five, the Senate voted to support the so-called “securitization” bill that Governor Albert

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Virgin Islands Department of Health said that a 49-year-old man on St. Thomas became the 15th victim of COVID-19 in the territory. Governor Albert Bryan, Jr., as is his custom in the weekly coronavirus “updates” — played down the fact that a healthy U.S. Virgin Islander cut

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. has extended the local moratorium on tenant evictions, in place since March, but with conditions and limits. The moratorium was set to expire today, but Bryan announced the extension at a press conference last week. While hoping to help residents unable to pay their rent, Bryan

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan Jr., announced this morning that he will sign an Executive Order extending the territory’s current Stay at Home order for one more week. The restrictions under the current Stay At Home Order are set to expire at 6 a.m. on August 31. Governor Bryan’s new

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan Jr. believes pre-departure testing at U.S. mainland airports as well as strict adherence to public health protocols will help contain the spread of COVID-19 locally and throughout the Caribbean. Speaking Wednesday during a Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) “Caribbean Tourism Fireworks” discussion hosted by

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan Jr. commended the Virgin Islands Police Department for removing three guns from the street on St. Croix during Phase 2 of the department’s Virgin Islands Crime Initiative, which Police Commissioner Trevor Velinor put into place during the last quarter of 2019. Last week, the VIPD made

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Department of Health on Tuesday confirmed two additional deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the territory’s virus death toll to 14. The dead were identified only as a 95-year-old female and a 72-year-old male, each on St. Thomas. Nine of the deaths have occurred on

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