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STT-STJ Curfew -Free Movement 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Gov. Kenneth Mapp has shortened the curfew for St. Thomas and St. John to allow free movement from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as of Friday.  The St. Croix curfew is not shortened on an ongoing basis, but Mapp has suspended it for Friday from noon to 4 p.m.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Dear Senator Plaskett,

    Thank you Senator Plaskett for the clear updates on what is happening in the Virgin Islands. You are so right… this is an opportunity for us to come together and rebuild our island from the ground up.. and do it with the lessons we have learned that don’t work.
    Please take care of yourself. You are a precious official and we appreciate your service to the Peoples’ of the Virgin Islands.

    Be well and stay well and with great appreciation,
    Naima K. Wade
    President, Lead Consultant, CEO
    Wade Consulting Teacher Services International LLC
    CTEC Health and Wellness Insturctor
    Christiansted, St Croix

  2. Dear Senator Plaskett,

    Thank you Senator Plaskett for the clear updates on what is happening in the Virgin Islands. You are so right… this is an opportunity for us to come together and rebuild our island from the ground up.. and do it with the lessons we have learned that don’t work.
    Please take care of yourself. You are a precious official and we appreciate your service to he Peoples’ of the Virgin Islands.

    Be well and stay well and with great appreciation,
    Naima K. Wade
    President, Lead Consultant, CEO
    Wade Consulting Teacher Services International LLC
    CTEC Health and Wellness Insturctor
    Christiansted, St Croix

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