PHILIPSBURG--Utilities company GEBE says it will end its six-month COVID-19 relief to its 20,000-plus consumers as of September 30 and has indicated that the earliest disconnections for non-payment of bills will start in October.
Joint cooperation meeting in progress in the Préfecture.
MARIGOT--President of the Collectivité Daniel Gibbs took part in Wednesday’s cooperation meeting organised in the Préfecture, with Préfète Déléguée Sylvie Feucher, Prime Minister of St. Maarten Silveria Jacobs, Director of the Regional Health Agency of Guadeloupe and the Northern Islands ARS Valérie Denux, and their respective teams.
At the ARS press conference Wednesday were (from left) ARS Assistant Director Jean-François Cayet, Préfète Déléguée Sylvie Feucher, ARS Director-General Valérie Denux, and outgoing ARS Territorial Director Brice Daverton. (Robert Luckock photo).
MARIGOT--Regional health agency ARS reports COVID-19 active cases are declining in St. Martin. In its health bulletin for the period September 14-20, active cases are reduced to 85, of whom 76 are in isolation at home and nine in hospital.
PHILIPSBURG--Government has had to fork up NAf. 19.4 million over what it budgeted to cover phone bills over the past five years.
Justice Minister Anna Richardson.
PHILIPSBURG--Justice Minister Anna Richardson and members of her cabinet, who are currently quarantining at home after one of their colleagues tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19, do not have any COVID-19 symptoms.