After two months without a COVID-19 related death, St. Kitts and Nevis has recorded three more bringing the total number to 31 since the pandemic reached the borders of the Federation, with the first two confirmed cases on March 24, 2020.
Watch EMERGENCY COVID-19 Press Briefing | The National Emergency Operations (NEOC) -December 30, 2021
Effective Saturday, December 11th, 2021, fully vaccinated international travelers, nationals, and locals arriving by Air into the Federation are no longer required to test upon arrival or Vacation in Place (quarantine) for 24-hours while…
As the third wave of COVID-19 infections continues across St. Kitts and Nevis, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Hazel Laws indicated during the September 08, 2021 NEOC COVID-19 Press Briefing that most of the active cases are unvaccinated…
Minister of Health, the Honourable Akilah Bryon-Nisbett, spoke to the eligibility for persons getting their electronic vaccination cards.
St. Kitts and Nevis has registered a fourth COVID-19-related death.
St. Kitts & Nevis has managed remarkably well the second wave of COVID-19 cases since May 19 when it was announced that the country had entered the stage of local transmission with a worker in the tourism industry becoming infected.…
St. Kitts and Nevis has received 5000 additional doses of the Oxford Astrazeneca vaccine.
The country’s vaccination ROLL UP 2 ROLL OUT programme has been making steady progress but more work needs to be done if the country is to achieve herd immunity.
The island of Nevis will go into full 24-hour lock down for one week starting Saturday, July 03 until Monday, July 12, 2021.
National Address | Current COVID-19 Situation | Dr. The Hon Timothy Harris – July 2, 2021
During the June 29, 2021 edition of “Leadership Matters”, Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris reiterated that the “Life First” strategy has been a key tool in managing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, with the Federation of St. Kitts…
The Ministry of Health’s robust contact tracing continues to identify new cases of COVID-19 with eleven (11) positive results within the last 24 hours and 22 persons fully recovered.
The Licensing Authority in St. Kitts and Nevis has waived the inspection for vehicles scheduled to be licensed in June and July - that is, vehicles ending with license plates six and seven - according to Superintendent of Police, Cromwell…
St. Kitts and Nevis is on track to register another significant milestone in the fight against COVID-19 via its successful Roll Up 2 Roll Out vaccination campaign.