Head of Learning Unlimited (LU) Preparatory School Daunesh Alcott (centre) speaking with attorney Lucas Berman (left) and others after Thursday afternoon’s court hearing.
CAY HILL--The Judge in the Court of First Instance will give his decision in the injunction filed by Learning Unlimited (LU) Preparatory School against Country St. Maarten pertaining to Wednesday’s police order to close the school, today, Friday, no later than 5:00pm.
Prefab building erected about three years ago that houses the Préfecture. Photo by Robert Luckock.
MARIGOT--The Préfecture stated in a release Thursday that more restrictions probably will be implemented in the coming weeks to control the spread of COVID-19, as the current health situation and increase in cases on the island is “increasingly worrying.”
A “For Lease” sign hanging on the shuttered door of this Front Street business.
PHILIPSBURG--There are 68 shops on Front Street that have closed since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, said Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT) Ludmila de Weever during the live Council of Ministers press briefing on Wednesday morning.
PHILIPSBURG--Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT) Ludmila de Weever said during the live virtual Council of Ministers press briefing on Wednesday that government is considering ordering casinos, bars, nightclubs, adult entertainment establishments and lounges to completely close their doors in response to clusters of coronavirus cases linked to these businesses.
CAY HILL--The Police department KPSM showed up the Learning Unlimited (LU) Preparatory School in Cay Hill to close the school Wednesday morning.
LU opened its doors to welcome its students back to school as per schedule this morning. As students arrived on campus to attend their first day back several police officers were present to inform the school that it will have to close its doors.