In the 14-page “Official Campaign Platform” Albert Bryan Jr. printed, he identified not just the territory’s problems but also the specific changes he would make to solve them. It was so encouraging to voters who were weary of broken and misleading promises that they elected him.
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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.
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.
- 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