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Humanitarian flight Delta Airlines to Atlanta on May 14

The United States Consulate announced that Delta Airlines will operate a humanitarian flight to Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday, May 14. The flight will depart Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) and proceed to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). This Delta Airlines flight has been made available to allow US citizens and …

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Dutch side now 8 days with no new confirmed COVID-19 cases

Dutch St. Maarten entered its eighth day with no new confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 cases on Thursday. Prime Minister and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Chairperson Silveria Jacobs said based on the latest available data provided by Collective Prevention Services (CPS) epidemiologist Eva Lista-de Weever, as of 4:00pm on May 7 there …

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No active cases of COVID-19 in St. Eustatius at this moment

There are currently no active cases of COVID-19 in St. Eustatius, Government Commissioner Marnix van Rij said during a live radio broadcast. Also, there are no persons in isolation and 11 persons are in self-quarantine, while the number of tests carried out for coronavirus so far stands at 22. A …

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Jacobs: Plan is to lift state of emergency as of May 17

Government’s plan is to lift the current state of emergency the country is under as of Sunday, May 17, when the one-week extension expires, and to gradually reopen businesses in a phased manner with the necessary safety protocols in place, Prime Minister and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Chairperson Silveria Jacobs …

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