Please see the following page provided by The Ministry Of Health, Wellness and the Environment concerning use of facemasks to prevent the spread of Covid 19:Read more: Who should wear masks? : A word from the Ministry Of Health
Ministry of Health Wellness and Environment release easter weekend advisory for St.Vincent and The Grenadines.
April 5, 2020
HEOC/COVID-19 TASK FORCE ADVISORY:
SOCIAL (PHYSICAL) DISTANCING: SPIRITUAL AND SOCIAL WELLBEING -EASTER WEEKEND
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is predominantly a Christian society. The upcoming Easter weekend therefore is a very important time for our Christian brothers and sisters. It is also a time of major socializing activities including boat rides, picnics and parties, as well as other forms of mass gatherings.
The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment recognizes the vital importance of spiritual and psychological health and wellbeing to overall wellness.
However, in keeping with the Ministry’s Physical (Social) Distancing and Mass Gathering Advisory issued on March 22, 2020, and recommended hygiene practices, the HEOC/COVID-19 Task Force issues the following recommendations for the Easter weekend beginning Friday, April 10, 2020 to Monday, April 13, 2020.
Please see the following page provided by The Ministry Of Health, Wellness and the Environment concerning best practices to prevent the spread of Covid 19:Read more: Practices to prevent the spread of coronaviruses
Though some parts of the Caribbean, such as the Leeward Islands, experienced above normal rainfall in January, there are concerns over short and long term drought by the end of the dry season in May over much of the region. Of particular concern is the southern portion of the eastern chain into Guyana, where both short and long term drought are likely to evolve. Monitoring water reserves and enhancing water conservation measures are recommended.Read more: CARIBBEAN DROUGHT BULLETIN
The following is an official release from the ministry of Health St.Vincent and The Grenadines:Read more: Ministry of Health SVG responds to 2019 N-Cov concerns