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At last! Gov’t lifts land-based curfew in the BVI

For the first time in a year, the streets of the BVI are being governed by no curfew.

Premier Andrew Fahie announced on Thursday that the current land-based curfew — which was in effect from 2 am to 5 am — has been lifted.

“I repeat, the land curfew has been lifted. The health and safety protocols, wearing of masks and sanitising of hands, remain in place,” Premier Fahie explained in a national address.

Regarding the sea, the curfew which starts at 10 pm nightly has been changed and will now begin after midnight at 12:30 am.

The Premier said this will further stimulate more economic activity on the sister islands.

As more residents take the COVID-19 vaccine, the government promises to reduce restrictions and further open the economy which has been battered by the pressures of the global health pandemic.

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  1. YOUTH says:

    Good speech Fahie

  2. bere says:

    and we here worrying about corona

  3. Really? says:

    Being able to freely move around from 2am through 5am should drastically improve the economic situation.

  4. Great news! says:

    Party Time!

  5. Gstar says:

    Why was there a curfew anyway? I don’t get it

  6. sweet freedom says:

    At last, sweet relief. Next step is to postpone the seaport opening and then soften the blow by dropping 4th day covid test BUT replacing the day 0 one with a rectal swap test. Just to set the mood for your trip – BVI LOve!

  7. 2cents says:

    This curfew was to help with shootings not with COVID

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