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Passenger who travelled from VI to SVG tests positive for COVID-19

- Active contact tracing being done in VI, according to Health Minister
An airline passenger who travelled from the Territory to St Vincent and the Grenadines through St Lucia on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Photo:
According to Deputy Premier and Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Carvin Malone (AL), a Public Health team has been deployed to actively investigate the matter by identifying the persons with whom this passenger is reported to have been in contact, in order to quarantine and test close contacts who remain in the Territory. Photo: GIS
According to Deputy Premier and Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Carvin Malone (AL), a Public Health team has been deployed to actively investigate the matter by identifying the persons with whom this passenger is reported to have been in contact, in order to quarantine and test close contacts who remain in the Territory. Photo: GIS
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- An airline passenger who travelled from the Territory to St Vincent and the Grenadines through St Lucia on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, according to Deputy Premier and Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Carvin Malone (AL).

During a live COVID-19 update last evening, July 19, 2020, Honourable Malone said the individual was swabbed on arrival in St Vincent and was subsequently reported as positive for COVID-19.

He said the Government of the Virgin Islands was officially informed of the case on Saturday, July 18, 2020.

“To be clear, this individual was not tested in the BVI and was therefore not previously suspected or known to us as an active COVID-19 case,” Hon Malone said.

Active contact tracing

The Health Minister said a Public Health team has been deployed to actively investigate the matter by identifying the persons with whom this passenger is reported to have been in contact, in order to quarantine and test close contacts who remain in the Territory.

“Contact tracing and follow-up testing will provide additional information regarding the level of exposure to the virus so that steps can be taken to rapidly contain and suppress the potential for further spread in the interest of public safety.”

Hon Malone said the public is well aware and is therefore reminded that if the VI is to avoid COVID-19 community spread and thereafter the return to a lockdown protocol, everyone is strongly encouraged to strictly adhere to all Public Health measures that have been put in place for their protection.

The VI has only recorded 8 cases of COVID-19, with one death.

20,000 test kits to be purchased

The Health Minister related that testing remains an important element of the Territory’s strategy to limit the transmission of the virus and that the BVI Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) has tested 741 individuals, with 733 returning negative and 8 positive results to date.

He said the laboratory currently has capacity to conduct over 3,000 COVID-19 tests in-house and is actively seeking to purchase an additional 20,000 testing kits with the assistance of Public Health England.

Currently, testing is mainly being carried out on persons who meet the case definition for COVID-19, all Emergency Room admissions, all Hospital Inpatients, all persons undergoing surgery, persons requiring COVID-19 tests for travel, Health Care Workers based on exposure risk, Health Care Workers requesting COVID 19 testing; persons being detained who entered the Territory illegally; and all returning residents exiting mandatory quarantine.

1,400 businesses inspected

In terms of workplace preventive measures, Hon Malone said the members of the Compliance Teams and Social Distancing Task Force inspected close to 1,400 businesses with approximately 96% of these meeting the requirements for re-opening.

In addition to the businesses that met the re-opening criteria, 64 churches were approved based on their compliance with established procedures.

“Engagement was also had with entities that provide janitorial, car rental, taxi and trucking service.”

Hon Malone also said 16 of the 18 schools inspected have been approved subject to reopen once a decision is made by Cabinet on the re-opening of educational facilities.

Robust monitoring

It was noted that a more robust and continuous monitoring of the entities that were approved to reopen will be ongoing.

“Patrons of bars, restaurants and other social spaces must be made aware of the need to adhere to all protocols. To date 514 post-approval inspections were conducted to ensure sustained compliance with the requisite COVID-19 prevention measures related to physical distancing, hand washing and respiratory etiquette,” Hon Malone disclosed.

111 Responses to “Passenger who travelled from VI to SVG tests positive for COVID-19”

  • Seriously (20/07/2020, 06:46) Like (7) Dislike (45) Reply
    That damn island woman get it from st Lucia where she stop to go on the plane to st Vincent
    • To seriously (20/07/2020, 08:14) Like (9) Dislike (19) Reply
      So true
      • Stop lying man (20/07/2020, 08:41) Like (13) Dislike (8) Reply
        Them lying mahn she ain’t get it from here how?? And the borders close and locals coming in going straight into quarantine tested and released them trying set the bvi up because the nationals have to leave that’s all I see it as
        • sand (21/07/2020, 07:48) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
          Ok little Heaven on earth. Until corona get to one of your family you will not believe, trust me god is a good god and don’t like ugly. That’s the very reason Erma had to teach people like you a lesson.
    • Honest speaking (20/07/2020, 08:51) Like (9) Dislike (13) Reply
      A lot of island people here will be happy to hear we have active cases here
    • Just realise how sick some of you all are.. (20/07/2020, 10:37) Like (21) Dislike (5) Reply

      Really need help. Tortola is sooo perfect !! You didn't learn from Irma ..well , won't learn again
    • ‘Einstein‘ comment ☝ (20/07/2020, 12:17) Like (27) Dislike (11) Reply
      Are you dumb?..... BVIslanders need a hard reality check ..... we enjoy our lifestyle because of ‘island’ people who pay our mortgages and work jobs we think are below us.... I guarantee when every apartment is left empty and banks start to foreclose on owners we'll be singing a different tune.... so I encourage all expats to return to your countries and let us BVIslanders fend for ourselves.... I’m just sick and tired of hearing island this/island that when it comes to passing blame....
    • @seriously (21/07/2020, 07:43) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      If she catch it in St. Lucia she would not tested positive so quickly. She ought to have had it for over a week to test positive.
  • Negative (20/07/2020, 06:47) Like (16) Dislike (15) Reply
    Stop lying on the bvi. Fake positive test
    • East Side (20/07/2020, 15:33) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
      These test are send to Trinidad to be retested fool before its confirm
  • market (20/07/2020, 06:48) Like (5) Dislike (28) Reply
    Them down island fast to send up letter to our government them ain’t get it from here
  • Delusional (20/07/2020, 06:49) Like (18) Dislike (26) Reply
    Bvi have no positive cases that’s impossible
  • set up (20/07/2020, 06:51) Like (13) Dislike (33) Reply
    Bad test..Pay back to the BVI for the way they trest xpats...Lots of Countries are angry, very unhappy with the way the BVI treats xpats. (Their people ). Some determined to make the BVI pay...better believe that....
    • stupps (20/07/2020, 08:05) Like (36) Dislike (4) Reply
      For God sake BVI doing nothing different to the other Caribbean countries. Once you all are left to do what you want you are fine. Cayman made some foreigners leave early on. All the country is saying is that if you are not working and have no means of supporting yourself and paying your bills leave until circumstances are better for you to come back. How many foreigners in other Caribbean countries getting unemployment cheques. Tell me? Lots of countries angry what. Try move with your stupid talk.
    • @ set up (20/07/2020, 08:13) Like (38) Dislike (13) Reply
      We don’t treat expats bad is y’all island people who we don’t like because of y’all disgusting behavior
      • Dummy (20/07/2020, 08:37) Like (7) Dislike (8) Reply
        so what do u think the definition of an "expat" is??? Always as empty vessel wanna jump up n make a set of noise!
      • HAHA (20/07/2020, 09:06) Like (3) Dislike (5) Reply
        Them need to go home
    • To set up (20/07/2020, 08:18) Like (10) Dislike (12) Reply
      Shut your down island back side
  • Trophy (20/07/2020, 06:52) Like (9) Dislike (20) Reply
    Lies....Anything to spoil the BVI reputation
    • @ trophy (20/07/2020, 08:16) Like (8) Dislike (22) Reply
      Yes them jealous of the bvi especially ghetto St Vincent
    • RealTalk (20/07/2020, 08:21) Like (7) Dislike (17) Reply
      All Vincy people here need to be tested
      • Yup agree (20/07/2020, 08:47) Like (4) Dislike (5) Reply
        They need to be tested I sure that person was here with them and you know them St Vincent people all five ten of them live in one house
  • Judy (20/07/2020, 06:55) Like (43) Dislike (3) Reply
    When we 1st heard of COVID~19 we washed & sanitized our hands often; let's not let our guards down & get too comfortable!
  • tretretrete (20/07/2020, 06:59) Like (6) Dislike (25) Reply
    First of all the passenger is NOT a born here the person lived here and gone back home the person pick it up from st Lucia.
    • Tommy (20/07/2020, 07:49) Like (18) Dislike (20) Reply
      So silly. Clearly your ignorance is on full display in neon colors. Passengers don’t disembark in St. Lucia. How would it be possible to get the virus there.
      • Common Sense (20/07/2020, 08:49) Like (50) Dislike (4) Reply
        The person could’ve got it from somebody on the plane who was heading to st Vincent
    • facts (20/07/2020, 08:32) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
      The person from st Vincent from what I’ve geard
    • We Know (20/07/2020, 08:54) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
      Of course she’s not from here locals can’t leave the bvi
    • @hmmm (20/07/2020, 14:53) Like (4) Dislike (4) Reply
      The person's birthplace has zero effect on their likelihood to contract a virus.
  • Yes (20/07/2020, 06:59) Like (40) Dislike (4) Reply
    Can you imagine how much more people here walking around with it?
  • call names (20/07/2020, 07:05) Like (16) Dislike (10) Reply
    Call names we need to know who this person is
    • @call names (20/07/2020, 09:24) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
      How else would u know if you were in contact with this person unless you knew their name or saw their photo.
  • COVID (20/07/2020, 07:07) Like (6) Dislike (12) Reply
    What a set up
  • Lock down! (20/07/2020, 07:12) Like (4) Dislike (9) Reply
    Another lock down! ,then you all government killing this island
    And not covid 19 .
    Make sure pay the stimulus grand before you lock this island down again !
    We will be living with covid 19 .
    So continue playing with this lock down
    Remind the beautiful island is not a vechile/ house doors
  • friend (20/07/2020, 07:26) Like (2) Dislike (15) Reply
    Take little Finlandia vodka, which is 37,5 % strong with water in the morning and in the evening, it harms the Sars-CoV-2 virus, and your body protection system works then better and you will be well and be in good health. Or try some other strong alcohol drink.

    This is my way against Covid -19, which I use, because I dont want the virus into my lungs, and I dont want to experience any difficulties to breath. I need the oxygen and my organs too need the oxygen, so I dont have to go to a hospital and breathe with a breathing machine.
  • Nahhh (20/07/2020, 07:31) Like (8) Dislike (17) Reply
    Fake they trying make us look bad
  • uh (20/07/2020, 07:43) Like (6) Dislike (15) Reply
    I think this thing is a fraud why now
  • Well (20/07/2020, 07:57) Like (7) Dislike (14) Reply
    If that passenger got off the plane in St. Lucia no one can truly say he/she got COVID from the BVI.
    • to well (20/07/2020, 08:44) Like (4) Dislike (7) Reply
      No he/she didn’t the test results are fake
    • @Well (20/07/2020, 11:12) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      No one is saying that they got it in the BVI. They need to do contact tracing as a precaution. If they didn't have it when they were here, the results for anyone tested here will come back as negative.
  • up (20/07/2020, 07:59) Like (11) Dislike (3) Reply
    My people let us continue watching hand and wearing our mask grandma all ways say pride don't feel pain
  • trrefdrfds (20/07/2020, 08:09) Like (41) Dislike (3) Reply
    All of you are so stupid. You have had and will have far more covid than you think. This lady didn't get Covid in St Lucia, it doesn't happen that quickly, she's been walking around Tortola with it like many others. You live in denial because your government hasn't tested properly therefore you all live in ignorance just thinking you've been free of it. Wake up! Wear mask & wash your hands, don't become complacent as your government doesn't know what they're doing!
    • & truth (20/07/2020, 08:37) Like (6) Dislike (6) Reply
      No she did not had it here she pick it up from down the island them lying on the bvi
    • @Truth (20/07/2020, 09:26) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
      You ain’t saying nothing but the truth. No testing is being done unless you take sick they might test you at the hospital. We have not active cases because of no testing. I’m sure if tests are done you will see the numbers rise. The ignorance of people making comments that there are no active cases so why we wearing masks. Bars and clubs open, guys playing basketball like it’s all clear putting other people and their families at risk. We need to open shop and do some testings.
  • Common Sense (20/07/2020, 08:10) Like (32) Dislike (5) Reply
    That person left here with the virus but just was not tested here. No way they would just pick the virus up in transit one day get swab that same date get a positive test just so.

    No bad rep for the BVI. It isn’t as if we send the person out knowing they have the virus. The person did not present themself for testing and chose to leave. No blame here in the BVI.

    The only concern for the BVI now is how that person caught the virus in the BVI and who all that person came in contact with. That’s the predicament that person has now left the BVI in.
  • o (20/07/2020, 08:15) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
    When u all walk around with mask under your chin failed to comply to rules what do you expect nothing is impossible when these things happen brother
    • and (20/07/2020, 15:13) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      Nothing wrong with walking around with your mask under your chin once the social distancing guidelines are attained. If I’m walking down Main Street why would I have my mask over my face to pass out. Come on now let’s use common sense at the same time use precaution
  • GG (20/07/2020, 08:16) Like (19) Dislike (3) Reply
    To the blogger of ignorance who seeks attention by blogging island people this and island people that. Please remember to post an article about karma when it hit you or your child/ren because your day is closer than you think. None of your rings or so-called protective idols will be able to save you from what is coming your way. I pity you and the hate that you carry each day. I pray for mercy on your soul in advance.
  • y (20/07/2020, 08:38) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    U see it thay when you say peace and safety sudden distraction my people it's pays to live good and when i say good I mean (good)
  • Is time (20/07/2020, 08:42) Like (5) Dislike (8) Reply
    Time for we bvi people to stand tall we had enough of these people here and down the island trying to degrade our names we need to build a wall and ban them from this place
    • Really Now (20/07/2020, 10:56) Like (1) Dislike (7) Reply
      Don't you know your so called tola namea are from down the caribbean islands, that is where your grand parents came from. Indeed.
  • this is crazy (20/07/2020, 08:46) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    I think now time for the government to stand swine out these Caribbean nationals out of the bvi they know they have the virus and not saying nothing putting our lives here at risk
  • y (20/07/2020, 08:49) Like (12) Dislike (4) Reply
    My friend this virus have no respect wether you born here or come here check it out
  • H (20/07/2020, 08:50) Like (8) Dislike (7) Reply
    Tolan people foolish ohhh.
  • Positive (20/07/2020, 08:53) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    I don’t believe that testing just seem strange don’t think they got it from the bvi maybe the test sample was switch or a slightly mistake
  • Keep it close (20/07/2020, 08:55) Like (14) Dislike (0) Reply
    Don’t open the borders this virus cris ain’t going nowhere will be worldwide for a while now
  • SHAME (20/07/2020, 09:00) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
    Shame on that person know them had the virus all the time
    • @Shame (20/07/2020, 13:24) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
      How did they know if they were asymptomatic? People like you are the reason anyone who suspects they have it will be disinclined to get tested. Don't shame someone for contracting a virus. Fool.
  • People (20/07/2020, 09:04) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    Go to the hospital and get test free testing just to make sure the virus doesn’t always show symptoms
  • trouble (20/07/2020, 09:05) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    Trouble In the BVI
  • Trump (20/07/2020, 09:24) Like (3) Dislike (8) Reply
    Now the government have to work extra hard to get these island out of here.. Even if you have to pay a $5 to help them with them ticket help them disparate time disparate measures.
    • @trump (20/07/2020, 11:07) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
      You really will use any excuse to show your xenophobia. You are aware that BVIslanders aren't any less likely to carry the virus than those from other islands?
  • Fran (20/07/2020, 09:29) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
    the persons name should be given so people who were around them can come forward and be tested.
  • wow (20/07/2020, 09:41) Like (7) Dislike (7) Reply
    BVI - to St.Thomas- MIA- St.Lucia to St. Vincent. They didn’t get it in the BVI.

  • w (20/07/2020, 10:16) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    What happened to these people boddy sweet heart when the rain fall it doesn't fall on one man house top u all could go high or low what is to be must be so u all can set down there and talk about island people no island in chania did island people make this virus
  • Ghost (20/07/2020, 10:29) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    I agree fully with what “@testing & Common sense” said ..we keep saying we are COVID free and I kept saying “that we know of” not that we are in fact free of it.. it’s just that no one came forward even if they had symptoms.. and yes I do believe that more routine testing need to take place and not just when one is symptomatic.. this is how you will know how many positioned and negatives and those that are positives their antibodies can be used to treat person if they should become hospitalized.. I also keep telling persons to do not become complacent.. sadly, the virus is still out there..Masks have shown to decrease the spread of this virus.. We all need to LISTEN and stop all the hatred for each other, show more love and keep praying for God to heal our land and the world on a whole..
  • T (20/07/2020, 10:34) Like (1) Dislike (5) Reply
    U all feel Vince bad let them know we pull down d union jack long time we have pretty flag flying so Vince let us be proud no matter the size of the gun It's d effect from the bullet lol
  • Ghost (20/07/2020, 10:34) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    I heard about the sandbox (prickly pear) beach session yest - no adherence to social distancing and then on the Sabbath it all days .. where’s the respect for God’s Sabbath.. we are all playing with fire and if we’re not careful we’re going to get burn .. Wisdom is for “Every“ man That wants it... this is time For us to be seeking God more instead what are we doing.....
  • Unforgiven (20/07/2020, 10:34) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    It is unimaginable for people to foster such hatred towards another human being and express it so openly.
    This is no different from the American civil rights era or present day America. It is just that this is Blacks on Blacks now.
    • Funny (20/07/2020, 10:44) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      but its always been that way, blacks sols balcks into slavery and even kept their own slaves which is never mentioned, these slave owners and sellers in Africa are revered as men of great vision and standing and if you judge Africa on its history as you want to the USA and rest of the world then there would be very few heros and great men left...
    • My Dear (20/07/2020, 13:34) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
      It’s a movement by some politicians and their cronies to stir up hate and get votes next election. They doing it on every online BVI newsite and the sad thing is it’s being entertained and believed that’s it’s a reflection of the majority of BVIslanders. i
  • Funny (20/07/2020, 10:42) Like (5) Dislike (12) Reply
    This person did not have the virus when they boarded the plane on their way out of the BVI. The were infected on route on the plane or perhaps in St Lucia where they changed planes or perhaps on the new plane. All it takes is for them to inhale a droplet in their masal cavity anywhere onroute then the cotton swab is put in to test ND THE VIRUS PARTICLE IS THERE. It really is that simple , and once the contact tracing is done in the BVI this will be proved. Also now please test everyone who leaves, save all the hysteria.
  • wow (20/07/2020, 11:03) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    For goodness sake, people. It's not a lie or a fake test. No one is setting up the BVI to look bad. It doesn't matter where the person is from. What matters is that they know who is this person is and are actively seeking to find anyone who they have been in contact with through contact tracing. No need for conspiracy theories or xenophobic comments. If they picked it up during a layover on another island or on the plane then the tests on those who have been in contact with the person on the BVI will be tested and the results will be negative.
  • Well well. (20/07/2020, 11:04) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    Such hatred for our own caribbean people. Please follow the trade of slaves from island to island and see how we are all related to each other. Get over it. Black lives matters in the caribbean too.
  • B (20/07/2020, 11:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    But what puzzles me if you do a soveriour of local who claims to call local must of there perant are form d Caribbean island so right now I'm confused that means there is no respect here people let us be real up in here
  • Hmm (20/07/2020, 11:25) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lot of people are saying the government is not doing the adequate testing, i would say true in some respects. The major factor beyond the government control is our porous borders. Look at how that spanish lady came into the territory undetected. I am too sure there has been others before her and even after her who were brought here by our own people if not belongers to expose us to this virus. It can be this or the factor that not enough testing amongst our population, with whom are transporting and importing things, etc. People have to realize that when the government mandated more restrictions it was to imply the possibility of all these factors; not to keep you down or from progressing, but to keep you all safe!
  • g (20/07/2020, 12:53) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    @@fact u fool d news says that what happened u started to lose you mind already I beg you keep off Vince thay don't bet
  • uh (20/07/2020, 13:07) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    What them know about traveling to st Vincent u don't disibark unless you are at a Lucian get some secens u all need to travel all some of you know is from here to st Thomas
  • .. (20/07/2020, 13:14) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    Persons are entering illegally all the time. So not surprised.
  • y (20/07/2020, 14:03) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
    That is not hatred that is envery & jouslley because where those two there is always confusion trust me
  • Lord Max (20/07/2020, 14:39) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    As a proud "Island Person/People" it gives me so much joy when I see y'all address us as such.. I don't know why but it makes me laugh. lol

  • Nice (20/07/2020, 14:43) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
    The person catch the virus here what is u all problem what this person coming off the plane for to go to the rest room I am asking while my friend u just failed your exam because of stupidness
  • Hmm (20/07/2020, 15:18) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    I want to know if the people who keep saying the person caught it in the BVI were here when we were on 24/7 lockdown for over a month and then into a restrictive curfew period. Its very unlikely the person caught it here.

    And if they did then obviously locking down is not the solution to this problem.

    Some people just want a chance to say I told you so and justify however over the top they have been behaving past the sensible precautions. If its that bad where are the hospitalizations and where are the deaths?
  • Joke you all missed (20/07/2020, 15:22) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    So, I read each n every comment and all Commenters, miss the BIG INSULT to the BVI..
  • VG (20/07/2020, 15:30) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    Sick and tired of hearing of our stupid vi islanders we are not above people we had positive test already we had death so we need to shut up send them home or leave them will not change anything we living in the last days some of us who read our bible will know what time it is my parents from the islands all of us need to go belongner or naturalized citizens close all businesses and go
  • West end (20/07/2020, 15:56) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    The hate is so frightening my god
  • Scaredy cats (20/07/2020, 16:38) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    People prepare your yards with numerous herbs and covid 22 would not be able to hold you.
  • Diaspora (20/07/2020, 17:09) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    This case with a VI-St. Lucia- SVG connection should raise some serious concerns. The case may indicate that there are asymptomatic carriers of Covid-19 in the VI and that though they are not showing any symptoms can infect others. Though government has done a good job in keeping the numbers relatively low (8 confirmed cases with 1 death), it should have and should be doing more testing and contact tracing.

    Based on a 34,000 population, the VI has tested 741 people, which equates to approx 2% of the population and about 2 people per capita. In order to do more effective monitoring, testing needs to be ramped up significantly, eg, at least triple the current number. It is encouraging that 20,000 more tests are being procured. What was the tall pole in the tent in the slow and low procurement?
  • Dr cool (20/07/2020, 18:43) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I agree with you we need more testing free up the people no matter what what is to be will be
  • island man (20/07/2020, 20:11) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Our children does represent the vi in sports make them looks good when we leaving we going with them
  • one (20/07/2020, 20:37) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    I believe that the Island man phrase is blogged just to start off the insults on the Locals and the VI. And if I am living in a foreign country and feel that hate for its people honestly I would not stick around.
  • stop (20/07/2020, 20:37) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Guys just stop with the foolish comment and wait for Malone to tell us more. I’m sure he will set the record straight. It’s easy , find who the person resided with here in the BVI . .. and you know he for sure did because these island people sure know how to pack 5-6 people in 2- bedrooms apartment.
  • God (20/07/2020, 20:48) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    wakey wakey party just start
  • Not testing (20/07/2020, 21:20) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I agree probably much more testing needed here to get a true idea of number of cases. The helpline and family doctors need to be much more willing to test when people have symptoms.
  • island man (21/07/2020, 07:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    We need to get to the bottom of this, whom did she get it from since we have no active case. BVI need to have more border patrols.
  • y (21/07/2020, 13:48) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    U all can bash Vince as much as you all. We have d best nurse_ cook_ carpenter_mason_police officers u name it at d same time u don't have to agree with me but I know what I am taking about
  • concern (21/07/2020, 23:30) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lord have mercy upon us, where are the xpats Christian soldiers the war is on. It hurt my heart to see all these stupid comments about islands people. I am wondering if there going to be a special heaven for Totolian.

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