Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has instituted a curfew from midnight to noon Thursday as a potential tropical storm careens toward the territory with expected heavy rainfall and gusty winds in tow.
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Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has announced new restrictions and curfews on bars and beaches, respectively, amid a rising tide of COVID-19 cases in the territory.
Newly released guidelines for the safe reopening of schools in the territory offer a glimpse of a radically altered school culture, one shaped by personal distance, frequent sanitation and curtailed social events.
- COVID-19 cases continue rapid rise
- DOH tracking highest number of active COVID-19 cases since early May
- Prospect of more undetected cases worries Health
- Margaritaville Vacation Club to welcome visitors on Tuesday
- Bryan continues to push for plastic after letter from restaurant owners
- Hoteliers and restaurateurs appeal to Bryan administration over plasticware proposal
- Human Services to implement pandemic food assistance program
- EDA Bank makes $1.2 million available for PPP lending
- Bryan urges residents to continue social distancing as new COVID case confirmed
- VITEMA clarifies earthquake alert system