Watch ZIZ Evening News: 18 Mar, 2020
March 18, 2020
The Department and Ministry of Agriculture is continuing with its tree planting environmentally-friendly initiative at schools and other public and private areas on Nevis, with the planting of a number of fruit trees at the Maude Crosse…
The St. Christopher Social Security Board has implemented measures to better protect customers from a potential Coronavirus outbreak.
We are closely monitoring the evolving situation surrounding the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and are following guidance from the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Ministry of Education is continuing its rigorous approach to raise awareness among Ministry staff and prepare Educational Institutions to handle issues in relation to the Corona Virus.
As the country ramps up its response to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), authorities yesterday announced that the two major airports would be closed to incoming international flights from midnight tonight for the next two weeks.
Chairperson of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs has confirmed the St. Maarten has recorded its first COVID-19 (coronavirus) case. This was stated in her national address held on March 17.
Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, who went into self-isolation Tuesday morning after reportedly feeling sick, has received good news: he does not have the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The forensic capabilities of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPFF) were enhanced on Monday (March 16, 2020) following the donation of crime scene consumables and equipment by the Regional Security System (RSS).
Permanent Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of National Security, Osmond Petty, says the duties and responsibilities undertaken by St. Kitts and Nevis’ Forensic Scientists are crucial to helping with criminal investigations being carried out…
The incident occurred close to 3:45 a.m. on Saturday (March 14) and involved pedestrian, Cornell Warner of Conaree and motor omni taxi bus T3948 which is owned and was driven by Samuel Glasford of Dieppe Bay.
Desperate travelers choked European border crossings Wednesday after countries implemented strict controls to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus, which has now infected more than 200,000 people worldwide and killed more than 8,000.
In the first game Atiba Harris Runnerz defeated Cayon Lions 79 to 75 in an A division matchup.
The Acting Comptroller Of Customs Kennedy DeSilva has assured that there has been no disruption to shipping schedules due to the Coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Hazel Laws says the federation has already implemented protocols for testing for the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19.