Jacobs suffers face injuries, breaks finger in minor accident, recovering

Jacobs suffers face injuries, breaks   finger in minor accident,  recovering

 PHILIPSBURG--Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs, during her morning bike ride, took a fall which caused minor injuries to her face and a broken finger. 

 

 After a thorough check, all scans were normal and she is expected to make a full recovery. As such, Jacobs will be working from home for the coming days. 

 “I am not deterred by this setback (fall). I will get back on my bike. I will ride again. I will continue to eat healthy and feed my mind with healthy, positive thoughts. Health is defined by what we eat, think and do. Let’s all refocus our energies and build a healthy St. Maarten," Jacobs expressed in a press release.

  Jacobs reminds the public that this Sunday, October 10, is the 11th anniversary of 10-10-10, also known as Constitution Day. This National Holiday will be celebrated on Monday, October 11, with a virtual commemoration under the theme “Building the Nation, Investing in our Future”, at 10:00am via SXMGOV Facebook and YouTube pages.

  "Let us put our hands, hearts, and energy together to build St. Maarten into a more healthier, innovative and resilient country. Every individual, government, Parliament, High Councils, Advisory bodies, NGOs, and Civil Society Organisations all have a role to play. Today is that day to make the difference. It is up to all of us,” Jacobs said.