Saba moves Bonaire from medium- to high-risk status

Because of the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Bonaire, the public entity Saba moved that island from medium-risk to high-risk status. This means mandatory testing and ten-day quarantining for everyone coming from Bonaire, Island Governor Jonathan John­son said in a COVID-19 update on Thursday, January 7. Presently there …

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Vaccination on islands not possible before mid-Feb.

Vaccina­tion of the population in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba cannot be done be­fore mid-February, accord­ing to Dutch Minister of Public Health, Welfare and Sport Hugo de Jonge. Mid-February is the fast­est achievable timeframe in which people can be vacci­nated against COVID-19, stated the minister during a plenary debate in …

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Misinformation with regards to volcanic activity on Saba

Press release Public Entity Saba: There has been some misinformation with regards to volcanic activity on Saba, circulating on social media. This serves to clarify that the photo distributed was taken on 13 March 2020, describing a dead patch of vegetation about 35 feet wide on top of Mount Scenery. …

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Man held for assault in Saba

J.C.J.C. (24) was arrested on Peak Street in Saba in the early afternoon hours of New Year’s Day, Friday, January 1, 2021, for assault. The male suspect had hit a man in his mouth with a bottle of whiskey. The victim sustained injuries, the Ca­ribbean Netherlands Police Force KPCN said …

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The Foundation for Catholic Education Saba (SKOSABA) is recruiting board members

The Foundation for Catholic Education Saba (SKOSABA), which is governing the Sacred Heart School, is recruiting board members. The mission statement of the Sacred Heart School is: To empower each child Intellectually, emotionally, socially, culturally, physically and spiritually in an environment conducive to self-motivated learning. The child will develop to …

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