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Charlotte Amalie
Tuesday, April 7, 2020

St. Croix business

SBA Approves Governor’s Request for COVID-19 Disaster Relief Loans

Virgin Islands’ small businesses, private non-profit organizations of any size, small agricultural cooperatives and small aquaculture enterprises financially may qualify for Economic Injury Disaster Loans of up to $2 million.

VIEDA to Host Free Informational Webinar for V.I. Small Business Owners

The Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority will conduct a free 30-minute informational webinar about the coronavirus pandemic at 10 a.m., Thursday, March 26, for Virgin Islands small business owners.

Oriental Bank Changes Service Hours Due to Coronavirus

Oriental branches in Altona, St. Thomas and Sunny Isle, St. Croix will be open to the public for these days and times until further notice.

AT&T Changes Procedures to Combat New Coronavirus

AT&T is constantly monitoring the evolving situation of COVID-19. In order to protect both employees and customers, it has made the following changes.

USVI Department of Tourism Closes Offices Down Until Further Notice

Visitors or residents who have tourism-related inquiries are asked to visit www.usviupdate.com or email [email protected]
Government House image of the Limetree Bay. facility.

Limetree Bay Activates COVID-19 Response Plan After Confirmation of First Case in Village

In preparation for the COVID-19 pandemic, Limetree Bay designated a 30-person quarantine facility apart from the Village housing, and it has developed a plan to include meal delivery, and regular sanitation of the facility.

Viya Continues to Ensure Connectivity in the Community

Viya informs Virgin Islanders with its latest report on procedures and protocols.
A service pump at a Total gas station on Veterans Drive is plastered with a sign indicating it is out of service. If the pump did work, the cost would be almost $4 a gallon. (Bethaney Lee photo)

DLCA Notifies Public of Rack Rates, Fuel Price Survey

The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs is notifying the public that the rack rate issued by Limetree Bay effective March 23- 29 is lower for regular and premium by 35.96 percent and 39.22 percent, respectively, from the prior week’s rate.

VIEDA Reschedules Public Hearing, Board Meetings to March 30

The hearing and meetings will be conducted via conference call to help reduce the global spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Gary Molloy is Labor Department commissioner-designee. (Submitted photo)

Labor Updates Employers/ Employees on Rules for Unemployment Benefits

The Department of Labor requests that businesses have a representative from their establishment call the agency before notices of separation are issued so that they can be aware of how many people can be expected to file for unemployment assistance and other services.





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