SCASPA AND NASPA ANNOUNCE NEW AND MUCH TIGHTENED SECURITY MEASURES AND COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

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Mr. Oral Brandy, NASPA’s General Manager

SCASPA PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

The St. Christopher Air and Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) wishes to advise the Public, that effective June 1, 2021, all persons wishing to conduct business at the Ports’ Facilities (both Air and Sea), must present proof of Covid-19 Vaccination or a valid negative RT-PCR Test taken within the past 14 (fourteen) days.

This decision has become necessary to prevent the transmission of the virus to the employees and stakeholders conducting business within SCASPAs’ space.

SCASPA apologizes for any inconvenience caused and looks forward to the public’s full cooperation as we work together in support of the national thrust to arrest the spread of the COVID-19 Virus.

Signed

SCASPA Management

Don James , GM of SCASPA

NASPA increases security measures at all sea ports

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (May 26, 2021) — In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Nevis Air  and Sea Ports Authority has increased security and safety measures at the sea ports to include additional passenger information for contact tracing purposes.

The new measures will commence with immediate effect where all vessels operating at facilities managed by NASPA are required to provide a log of all inbound and outbound passengers.

For the passenger list compiled prior to each departure, vessel operators are required to gather contact information which include passenger’s first and last names, address, phone number and temperature.  This list is to be made available to the Authority or Ministry of Health, in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) upon request.

Mr. Oral Brandy, NASPA’s General Manager, expressed  continued commitment to providing safer travels through the ports.

“At NASPA, we are committed to keeping our staff and the community safe during this pandemic.

“We ask that our vessel operators and passengers be patient and cooperate with the new safety procedures. Continue wearing your mask, practicing social distancing, and using our hand sanitizing stations when using our facilities,” he said.

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