The Christmas and Carnival Seasons are weeks away in St. Kitts and Nevis. The festive season is usually accompanied by an increased hustle and bustle in Basseterre as persons purchase gifts for loved ones and stock up on food supplies for…
Dr. Cameron Wilkinson
Why do we always have to wear a mask? Why are we demanding a negative PCR test prior to arrival? Why are we insisting on a 14-day quarantine on arrival when other countries have a shorter period
Frontline workers and members of the National COVID-19 Task Force in St. Kitts and Nevis, who were instrumental in ensuring that citizens and residents remain safe and secure during the COVID-19 Pandemic over the past several months and in…
It Is In The Best Interest Of The Federation To Exit The CARICOM Bubble, Says Medical Chief Of Staff
Dr. Cameron Wilkinson, Medical Chief of Staff at the Joseph N. France Hospital, said that it is in the best interest of the Federation that it exits the CARICOM Bubble.
Guided by the latest statistics on the COVID-19 situation in the region, local health experts are standing behind the Government’s decision to withdraw St. Kitts and Nevis’ participation in the CARICOM Travel Bubble arrangement.
Unicomer Courts St. Kitts donated several pieces of personal protective equipment to the Ministry of Health in St. Kitts during a handing over at the Wednesday October 7 NEOC briefing.
Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, says his Government welcomes continued dialogue with members of the private sector on matters pertaining to COVID-19 and the local economy, particularly as his…
As the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis continues to further safeguard itself from the COVID-19 virus, quarantining remains at a government facility.
Quarantine procedures for persons travelling to St. Kitts and Nevis are being reviewed ahead of the eventual reopening of the borders to regional and international air passengers.
Dr. Cameron Wilkinson, Medical Chief of Staff at the Joseph Nathaniel France General Hospital, said that the Federation must learn to live with the Coronavirus as it is not going anywhere anytime soon.
Government Of St. Kitts And Nevis Shifts Its Attention To Restoring The Hotel And Hospitality Sector
With roughly 80 percent of persons employed in the manufacturing sector now back on the job, the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has now turned its attention to the task of restoring the country’s hotel industry back to near normalcy…