MARIGOT—Due to a significant improvement in the COVID-19 figures, Préfet Serge Gouteyron decided to extend the curfew until Friday, October 22, but with hours to start from midnight to 5:00am.
The latest health bulletin for St. Martin for October 4 to 10 reported 32 new COVID cases compared to 40 the week before while St. Barths did not have any new cases. This improvement is the result of the commitment of all in the fight to stop spread of the epidemic.
MARIGOT—The body of a man was found in the waters of Marina Port La Royale on Thursday afternoon.
It was retrieved by police officers and an investigation has been opened. However, the Gendarmerie has not communicated so far on details of the deceased or possible cause of death.
Louis-Constant Fleming Hospital
MARIGOT—Préfet Serge Gouteyron said Thursday he has no authority to override decisions made by regional health authority ARS after saying on Wednesday he would try to persuade ARS and Louis- Constant Fleming Hospital management to hold off on imposing sanctions on hospital personnel who have not been vaccinated pending a new meeting between all parties.
Sol Madame Estate service station is one of the stations where solar panels will be installed on its canopy next year. The Madame Estate station was completely rebuilt post-Hurricane Irma.
PHILIPSBURG--The Sol Group (Sol) has taken a major step towards further energising the region with the launch of a low-carbon and renewable energy division: “Sol Ecolution”.
St. Maarten’s 2022 Carnival Schedule runs from April 16 until May 3.
POND ISLAND--The St. Maarten Carnival Development Foundation (SCDF) has launched the schedule of events for Carnival 2022 with an eagerness to contribute to a recovering economy and rebuild the country’s cultural development.