Vaccinations are available to any resident age 16 or older, and appointments can be scheduled through the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency hotline.
The VI National Guard is making it easier to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments online for persons who want to be vaccinated.
A unified effort between the territory and federal government has made it possible to deliver the right resources, at the right place, at the right time to open two Community Vaccination Centers (CVC) within a month.
The task force focuses on issues relating to Medicare and Medicaid fraud, financial exploitation of vulnerable persons and abuse or neglect of elderly persons.
Division of Personnel Director Dayna Clendinen informs the Government of the Virgin Islands active employees and retirees covered under Cigna HealthCare Insurance that there is no charge for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Starting March 17, Cigna will require the use of two-step authentication for my Cigna online account access.
Frederiksted Health Care Inc. explains ways to prevent or use medications for HIV and Hepatitis C.
The Division of Personnel informs all Government of the Virgin Islands active employees and retirees covered under Cigna that the COVID-19 Treatment Cost-Share Waiver ended on Feb. 15.
Seniors 65 years of age and older are invited to call the hotline.
The V.I. Department of Health maintains that there is no out-of-pocket cost for the COVID-19 vaccine.