Moleto A. Smith Jr. advises that “Despite the current stresses that negatively impact the mental health of many of our community members, the good news is that mental illnesses are treatable.”
The proclamation celebrates the important role that nurses play in the U.S.V.I. in commemoration of National Nursing Week, May 6-12, and National Nursing Month throughout May.
The V.I. Department of Human Services announced Monday the pending approval of the state plan DHS submitted to the federal Food & Nutrition Service Agency for a third round of food assistance through the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer.
Vaccines are being given regardless of age, income or VA medical eligibility. No appointment is necessary.
The Centers for Disease Control and Federal Drug Administration recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday out of an abundance of caution, due to a very small number of blood clots that may or may not be connected to the vaccine.
The Division of Environmental Health Services issues health cards which are required to work in certain industries.
Congresswoman Stacey E. Plaskett has released a statement after announcing $4,000,000 in American Rescue Plan funding to support COVID-19 vaccinations and other things.
The Virgin Islands Medical Society has honored Tai Hunte-Caesar M.D. with its Physician Recognition Award for her leadership and commitment as a physician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new website is launched as National Poison Prevention Week approaches, March 21-27.
Vaccinations are available to any resident age 16 or older, and appointments can be scheduled through the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency hotline.