Effective Wednesday, April 1, all in-person interactions at the Department’s state and district offices on St. Thomas and St. Croix are postponed until further notice.
Hugh E. Manning Sr. died Friday, March 6, in Florida. He was 79 years old.
Elizabeth M. Lawrence, better known as “Liz,” of Elizabeth’s Kitchen died on March 14. She died in Houston, Texas.
Relatives and friends of Edwina B. Thompson, affectionately known as " Mommy," "Sal," "Heavy" or "Biggie,” are advised of her death on March 16. She died peacefully at the age of 76 in her residence at Anna’s Retreat.
Ritza DeGout died on March 6, in Washington D.C.
Elita Elsina Parris Todman of Estate Bordeaux No. 17 died on March 19.
Mary Fahie died on March 8 at the age of 87.
Leonard Warner died on Feb. 24.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MAP announced relaxed federal authorities for enrollment and eligibility, patient care and provider enrollment requirements.
Bernard Josiah, also known as “Soap” or “Bengola,” of Constitution Hill died on March 16.