Get our headlines on WHATSAPP: 1) Save +1 (869) 665-9125 to your contact list. 2) Send a WhatsApp message to that number so we can add you 3) Send your news, photos/videos to prednisone 477 west ward see viagra generic for sell usa online thesis statement lesson plans middle school butterflies and essay can you download books to kindle paperwhite without wifi buy can from i propecia who follow ventolin kopen zonder recept how to find my samsung tv ip address levitra vs viagra which is better buy tetracycline 500mg online databases for research papers viagra originale pfizer can viagra kill cialis dosage vs viagra clomid for ocd how to cite a published dissertation in apa format viagra for healthy males sap thesis va formulary viagra BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, October 28, 2020 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis will officially reopen its borders, particularly the retrofitted RLB International Airport, on Saturday, October 31, to regional and international commercial flights – a decision Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris said his administration did not make lightly given the ongoing threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Speakingon the weekly virtual forum series, Leadership Matters, Prime Minister Harris said one of the main reasons behind the Government’s decision to fully reopen the borders at this time is to allow for citizens and permanent residents who have been trapped abroad for months to return home to the Federation.

They have families waiting for them to return, churches, communities, and jobs waiting for them. We did promise that when we regained some normalcy our people would be allowed to return home. Things are now relatively under control. After seven months in another country, it is time for our people who want to, to be able to return home. Afterall, we are agreed that there is no place like home, especially when that home is St. Kitts and Nevis,” Prime Minister Harris said on Tuesday (October 26) evening.

Theprime minister further noted that the opening up of the borders will also bring about a sense of near normalcy in the lives of citizens and residents, particularly as it relates to persons being able to return to gainful employment. 

“Work is a critical aspect of that normalcy. When COVID-19 struck just over seven months over 26,000 jobs were available in St. Kitts and Nevis. The highest in history. Some people held more than two jobs and I want to commend their industry and willingness to work. For them it is no longer the same. People need the self-worth, the routine, the stability and income that a job provides. A reason to get up and something to look forward to do. Work adds a sense of balance, purpose and it helps to anchor one’s health. We admit that we cannot keep the economy locked down in perpetuity or for too long as certain sectors would be completely destroyed,” Prime Minister Harris stated, while noting that at this stage the Government knows enough to open carefully and safely. 

Furthermore, Dr. Harris said that the return of commercial flights and travelers to St. Kitts and Nevis will also allow for hotels, guest houses and residences to re-engage some of those who were earlier laid off. 

“Our Country is part of the world and we are stepping up our efforts to restore our economy. Allowing tourism to rebuild is a critical part of our recovery plan. We will open up safely. Our medical experts have established protocols for us to do so,” he added. 

Inthis regard, the honourable prime minister again encouraged citizens and residents to continue to adhere to the established COVID-19 guidelines if we are to “protect ourselves, our families, our loved ones, and our country.”

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