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Shelters Now Open for Hurricane Maria, Curfew Set For 10 A.M. Tuesday

As dangerous winds are forecast to start on Tuesday, the following shelters are now open on all three islands. Anyone who had their home damaged in Hurricane Irma or who does not have a safe place to stay during Hurricane Maria is urged to come to a shelter as early as possible.

Curfew has been set for 10 a.m. Tuesday territory-wide as Hurricane Maria is set to become a category four Hurricane when it reaches the territory.

ST. THOMAS

Knud Hansen (Special Needs will be co-located at this shelter)

Lockhart School

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Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School

ST. JOHN

Bethany Moravian

Guy Benjamin Elementary School

ST. CROIX

Canegata Recreation Center

St. Croix Educational Complex

Herbert Grigg Home for the Aged

Charles Harwood Medical Complex (Special Needs)

 

 

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