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DOH Fixes Machine, Resumes Printing Health Cards

Government of the United States Virgin Islands Department of Health

The Department of Health (DOH) resumes printing health cards at the Charles Harwood Complex on St. Croix and at the Morris De Castro Clinic on St. John. The department will immediately start contacting health cardholders who were affected by the malfunctioning of the machine. Anyone can now walk into the DOH offices to get a card printed.

The Department of Health thanks all for their patience while the health card printing machines were not working.

Please visit https://doh.vi.gov/programs/environmental-health  for more information on how to obtain a Health Card.

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