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Posted: Thursday 22 April, 2021 at 1:09 PM

Supt. Henry reiterates calls for adherence to COVID-19 Protocols

By: Staff Reporter,

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - SUPERINTENDENT of Police Cromwell Henry has reiterated his call for citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis to adhere to the COVID-19 Protocols, as more instances of people letting down their guard at various social gatherings are popping up.
    During his presentation at the NEOC media briefing last evening (Apr. 22), citizens and residents were reminded that though people are placed in quarantine when they arrive in the Federation, some might slip through the system.
    Henry proclaimed that the COVID-19 Task Force is doing its best to ensure that citizens and residents remain safe, and that it is up to the public to continue fostering good habits 
    “We continue to do our best to keep the country safe. However, we need you to be responsible by doing your part to help keep us all safe. All that we are asking is that we follow the basic protocols that are prescribed in the COVID-19 Regulations,” he added.
    The Federation recorded 44 cases of the COVID-19 virus, with no deaths recorded. 
    Superintendent Henry noted that the Protocols have kept the Federation safe thus far and is urging people to “wear a mask in public, avoid crowds and crowded events, practice good hand hygiene and maintain physical distance of six feet from people”.
    With the vaccination currently underway, the Superintendent called on all to ensure that they take the vaccine so that the Federation could return to some level of normalcy.


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