BVI Gov't To Help Evacuate Caribbean Nationals

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September 13, 2017 6:45 pm AST
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The Government of the Virgin Islands is helping to coordinate the evacuation of CARICOM nationals to their respective countries, government announced this afternoon, September 13.

According to government, CARICOM nationals who would like to leave the Territory, are asked to register by sending an email to bviredcrossirma@gmail.com or by visiting the BVI Red Cross between the hours of 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The following information will be required: name, country of destination, passport number and contact information.

Priority will be given to the following categories of persons: elderly, disabled, persons with chronic conditions, persons with young children and pregnant women.

CARICOM countries include the following: Antigua and Barbuda; Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Monserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, The Bahamas and Trinidad and Tobago.
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Tolian
Please send back the people who werent born nor raised on island. They dont have the same values we have for the development of this country. Its sad but the Queen sent her monies to help us yet I see all kind of people getting help except the locals. What about jobs... we need price control and housing control. Economy will take a while but it needs some type of control. People selling water for 10 for 1 GAL. (next to sunday morning well) SHAME ON YOU. they probably got that water free.
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Samuel
I'd be v careful what you say, Tortola is a wonderful place to live but some locals are v arrogant and expect everything without having to work for it...that said many are honourable and lovely kind people who recognize the value of "non -belongers" contributing to the islands education system, financial institution which raises so much tax, tourism,construction and hospitality industry bringing very much needed expertise and a willingness to be accountable for the money earned/spent !
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Dominican
But I thought the Prime Minister of Dominica advised against this? Personally I have no issue if people want to come back to their homeland, I don't see why that should be a problem
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Phil
BVI needed perging
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Olsen Williams
A good evening to u all I take this on my self to share I see it as a good thing for now untill those islands of the BVI is back on their feets again and it is with this in mind that we can work togather to help build back up those islands of the BVi who has contribut to us and our family ONE Love caribbean may God bless the BVi as the work toward the buildind Back of their Nation again. God bless u all.
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