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Persons using entry protocols to import exotic dancers - Hon Malone

-Dancers & others coming under the guise of family & friends
Minister for Health and Social Development, Hon Carvin Malone (AL) has revealed that amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, some persons are flouting the laws to import exotic dancers and others for employment in the Virgin Islands (VI). Photo: Internet Source
According to Hon Malone, the actions of those who engage in flagrant episodes of disregard for public safety and the protocols will only put the territory at risk. Photo: GIS/File
According to Hon Malone, the actions of those who engage in flagrant episodes of disregard for public safety and the protocols will only put the territory at risk. Photo: GIS/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Minister for Health and Social Development, Hon Carvin Malone (AL) has revealed that even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, some persons are flouting the laws to import exotic dancers and others for employment in the territory.

The Minister made the announcement during a COVID-19 situation and response update on January 7, 2020.

“The Government has also become aware that a number of persons are utilising the entry procedures to import exotic dancers and other persons for employment into the Territory under the guise of being family members or friends,” Hon Malone said.

According to Hon Malone, the actions of those who engage in flagrant episodes of disregard for public safety and the protocols will only put the territory at risk.

Acts will not be tolerated - Hon Malone 

He said any type of activity that risks lives and livelihoods during this time of the COVID-19 Pandemic, will not be tolerated.

Meanwhile, Hon Malone reminded that breaches of the protocols will be taken very seriously due to the cost of lockdowns and the hard work and efforts of the territory to contain the virus thus far.

“Again, as Health Minister, I am reminding persons that we all must adhere to all social distancing and public health measures and comply with all lawful instructions of the officers who have been designated to enforce and uphold them,” he said.

20 Responses to “Persons using entry protocols to import exotic dancers - Hon Malone ”

  • family (09/01/2021, 13:12) Like (7) Dislike (6) Reply
    yes I have 22 sisters that like not to wear too much clothing when out for a night out at least they don't have to wer a mask they not ugly and the heavy breathing comes from the guys already here...
  • whatever (09/01/2021, 13:17) Like (26) Dislike (1) Reply
    This has been going on for years. Nothing has been done. The BVI is a lawless place. Stop making joke with the business owners for the sake of a vote. Until it hit home we will continue. Time for the politicians to step up and the police to enforce. By the way, the social distancing task force is not working. That to is a joke. They are all home by 2pm.
  • Servant of the Most High God in Christ Jesus (09/01/2021, 13:25) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply

    Hon. Minister. Carvin Malone, I highly applaud your honest efforts in fighting the Covid-19 virus, and your level headed way you took, and still continue taking in addressing the many violators of the protocols meant to help protect lives in the B.V.I. Stay on track. Enforce the law. In other words, let your acting speak well of you. God is all knowing, all watching, and will reward everyone according to their works, whether they be good or demonicly evil. Its only a matter of time. Blessings to you and family Hon. Minister Carvin Malone, and a God filled New Year!

  • See (09/01/2021, 14:05) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    More prostitutes per square inch posingxas dancers .
  • Mr. Malone (09/01/2021, 14:41) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    This has been going on for the longest. Mr. Malone, this is truly disturbing.
  • jerusalem dancer (09/01/2021, 14:52) Like (4) Dislike (10) Reply
    how come he aint tell the governor anything.is black people he want to jump on
    • wise up (09/01/2021, 20:44) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
      Yea ok I would like the same white man to straighten out BVI before he leave
  • The problem (09/01/2021, 16:35) Like (10) Dislike (1) Reply
    The issue with the social distancing task force is this. Most are “tune-up” people and whenever they go them see them turn-up friends and do nothing. too many people know each other around here.
  • watch (09/01/2021, 16:50) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Locals gotta have their Santo girls . No masks in clubs
  • Fran (09/01/2021, 17:33) Like (7) Dislike (3) Reply
    Imported Prostitutes!
    • @Fran (09/01/2021, 22:48) Like (6) Dislike (10) Reply
      They got to import fresh meat. The ones here worn down dry out and beat up. This affects business. A man got to make a dollar girl.
  • Hmm (09/01/2021, 17:55) Like (12) Dislike (1) Reply
    Who bringing them in. Mr. Minister said he will do unexpected inspection at businesses why are they not doing that at the night clubs too.
  • wise up (09/01/2021, 20:46) Like (9) Dislike (3) Reply
    Governor should intervene and check whose name they are coming under and have them jailed but leave it up to these people here they won’t do anything because is the BIG FISH
  • Complacency (09/01/2021, 21:10) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
    They saw the videos and posters advertising and did NOTHING BEFOREHAND TO STOP IT!!!!
  • rattie (09/01/2021, 21:19) Like (4) Dislike (8) Reply
    Leave the strip Cubs alone
  • Norris Turnbull (09/01/2021, 23:27) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Immigration can do something but those on the inside helping those on the outside and the chief is properly eentertained in his office after hours . Hmm
  • Rick Ross (10/01/2021, 02:44) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I'm in love with a stripper but we dont love then hoes
  • g (10/01/2021, 10:35) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    They stop me from comming in when all the other Caribbean send for their people. How they cant stop them. I could not get in to a country where i pay my tax for 40 years. It cost me thousands of dollars in another man country who accept me for nearly three months. But i must say God dont wear pajamers. It had people going out every day and people coming in every week and still coming in every week for one day aint every body spend 14 day lock in a hotel or a house or 4 days. But God is Good he neither slumber nor sleep.
  • Stokely (10/01/2021, 12:54) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply

    DR and its flesh industry
    rules in the BVI... prostitution, human trafficking,HIV, variety of STD.
    This demograph the largest ✋welcomed immigration flow in in the VI and no positive contribution whatsoever. In addition to the illegal trafficking of human,even children their criminal roster includes murder and thievery.
    While our Governor every breath is deemed racist by the elected in the VI, systematic genocide of their African Brothers and Sisters by the same ...... is a national pastime in the DR.. They would be lucky to get a job sweeping floors out of sight in the DR because if their colour.

  • Jerry Teeler (11/01/2021, 19:41) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    You don't say. Relax people. Everyone has bills to pay. And besides....not one case of Covid has ever been directly connected to this style of social closeness. God knows the moral booster is needed.


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