Limits Still In Place On Number Of Passengers In Minivans And Will Be Enforced

Members of the public are reminded that the protocols that have been put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in St Vincent and the Grenadines are still in place.

You are reminded that mask-wearing in spaces to which the public has access is mandatory, these include all government buildings, passenger vehicles, private and public shelters, among others.

You are reminded to wash hands frequently, sanitize, do not touch your face, physical distance, and get vaccinated.

Minibus owners and drivers are also reminded that the limits placed on the number of passengers they can carry are still there and will be enforced.

The Ministry of Health, Wellness, and the Environment also wish to inform, that for the upcoming holiday weekend the no mass gathering protocols will be strictly enforced. There are to be no beach or river limes, no boat rides, no house parties, etc.

Churches are also asked to continue adhering to the protocols put in place for them to ensure that the spread of COVID-19 in this country is contained.

We are all asked to work together by following the protocols as this country continues to battle the spread of COVID-19.


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