Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
For the safety of beneficiaries during the COVID-19 pandemic, open enrollment sessions will not be held in person. The enrollment deadline is Dec. 7, 2020.
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. encourages residents in the community to tune in and call in with questions, ideas or comments.
No issuance has been approved or announced for October by the federal agencies. Both the DHS Head Start program and the V.I. Department of Education will continue meal distributions that are now active.
All persons working at an event who will be handling and serving food, beverages or food service items must have a current Food Handlers Health Card.
Exactech is the latest advancement in technology that provides surgeons with real-time visual guidance and alignment data in total knee surgery.
Initially, it was scheduled to begin the St. John Bridge Phase in April; however, due to COVID-19 the project was placed on hold to ensure the safety of field crews and residents.
The V.I. Vocational Rehabilitation Program launched its first online work readiness training program this summer, and services will continue for qualifying students throughout the school year.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, through its Public Assistance Program, approved 48 obligations for $83.1 million.
The Swan Annex served as the main pre-trial detention center on St. Thomas before it was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. It has been abandoned ever since.