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COVID-19 Updates

Government Warns Against Complacency

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis is cautioning citizens, residents and business establishments against becoming complacent and being non-compliant with the established COVID-19 protocols set out in the Emergency Powers (COVID-19)…
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SCASPA cargo shed hours of operation

The general public is hereby advised that ALL transit sheds and cargo operations at the St. Christopher Air & Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) will continue to be opened and operational this week (May 11th - 15th 2020) from 8 am – 3 pm,…
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MoneyGram Notice

The general public in St. Kitts and Nevis is hereby notified that as a measure to assist citizens and residents during these difficult times, MoneyGram has introduced special COVID-19 Opening Hours.
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SKELEC to open on Monday and Thursday

The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. wishes to inform the public that its Main Office, located on Central Street, Basseterre, will be open on Monday 20th April and Thursday 23rd April 2020 from 8:00am- 12:00 pm. During this time customers…
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SKELEC to open on Thursday and Friday

The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. wishes to inform the public that its Main Office, located on Central Street, Basseterre, will be open on Thursday 16th April and Friday 17th April 2020 from 8:30am- 12pm. During this time customers…
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SKELEC estimated bills for April

The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. wishes to inform its customers of a change to its billing process for the upcoming billing cycle. Due to the government-imposed restrictions on movement our meter readers are unable to physically…
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Notice to Mariners

The Department of Maritime Affairs strongly urges all captains and crew of passenger ferries, water taxis, catamarans, dive boats and sport fishing vessels operating in the Coastal Waters of St. Kitts and Nevis to take immediate steps to…
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COVID-19 Info

COVID-19 is a new respiratory illness that was first discovered in Wuhan, China. It is
transmitted from person to person.

*Symptoms may appear 1 to 12 days following exposure to the virus

Who is most at risk of becoming seriously ill?

  • People over age 60
  • People with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes and heart disease

How is it transmitted?

  • Through close contact with an infected person
  • By an infected person coughing or sneezing
  • By touching contaminated objects or surfaces and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes

Currently there is no vaccine or specific treatment. We can only treat the symptoms.

Serious cases may require oxygen and ventilatory support.

Make sure you get your information from a reliable source.

Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use an alcohol-based gel.

Cover your mouth with the inside of your elbow when you cough or sneeze or use a tissue and dispose of used tissue immediately and wash your hands.

Avoid close contact with people who have flu-like symptoms.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.

Avoid sharing cups, plates or other personal items and disinfect all surfaces that are touched frequently.

If you have traveled to areas where COVID-19 is circulating or have been in contact with someone who has it and you experience fever, cough or difficulty breathing, seek medical attention immediately. Do not self-medicate.

Special Notice

Latest Travel Advisory

SKB Airline Schedule Update

Please note that British Airways has suspended flights to the Caribbean until May 22nd, 2020 due to the closure of…

Emergency Contacts

National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)
P.O. Box 186 Lime Kiln,
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Tel: (869) 466 5100
Fax: (869) 466 5310
Email: nema@gov.kn or nemaskb@thecable.net

J.N.F. General Hospital: 465-2551
Mary Charles Hospital: 465-7398
Sandy Point Hospital:

Emergency: 911
Police Force Headquarters: 465-2241
Old Road Police Station: 465-6250
Sandy Point Police Station: 465-6261
St. Pauls Police Station: 465-6281
Tabernacle Police Station: 465-7227
Cayon Police Station: 465-7258
St. Peters Police Station: 465-2418
St. Johnson’s Police Station: 465-2241
Frigate Bay Outpost: 465-6899
Fire Services: 465-4339

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