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Demand for the new COVID-19 vaccines is strong and outstrips available supply in the territory, but as new shipments come in, more and more Virgin Islanders will get a chance to get immunized.
More and more Virgin Islanders are getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but the USVI's vaccination plan appears to diverge somewhat from the Centers for Disease Control guidelines.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has vetoed four bills that aim to change how the Water and Power Authority, Public Services Commission and hospital boards operate, citing separation of powers, conflicts with existing law and a lack of legal sufficiency.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. joined Public Works Commissioner Nelson Petty Jr. on Wednesday for a ground-breaking ceremony for the new Virgin Islands Transportation System maintenance and operations facility on St. Croix.
St. Croix's four Rotary Clubs praised Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. for proclaiming Saturday, Oct. 24, as Virgin Islands World Polio Day.
The U.S. Interior Department signed a “preliminary agreement” with the V.I. government on Thursday to pursue a St. John land swap that could bring decades-old hopes for a new St. John school closer to fruition.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. asked for Finance Commissioner Kirk Callwood's resignation and Callwood complied on Monday, apparently over unauthorized stipends paid to staff. He tapped Assistant Finance Commissioner Clarina Modeste to fill the job in an acting capacity.
All nonessential businesses are ordered closed starting 6 a.m. Monday. V.I. hotels are ordered to stop taking recreational reservations immediately and only take reservations for emergency personnel and government travel. Beaches, restaurants and businesses all affected.
In an apparent bid to reassure potential lenders and save millions on interest, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. proposed legislation to create a special semi-autonomous government-owned corporation and sell the rights upwards of $200 million per year in federal alcohol excise tax revenues.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. issued new COVID-19 mandates, limiting funerals to groups of 10, closures of restaurants that don’t comply with safety orders, confiscating boats that engage in “rafting” and fines for those not wearing a mask where it is required.