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Focus on Reliable COVID-19 Information

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Written by Coconut Post

Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

April, 2020

In this ever-evolving situation, it’s important to remain clear-minded and properly informed. Articles on coronavirus can be confusing, misleading, or worst of all, inaccurate.

To avoid errors and information overload, select a small number of reliable sources you can depend on for the latest updates on health and wellness in the territory and throughout the United States.

Coconut Post suggests the following sites: coronavirus.gov and USVI Department of Health.

Additionally, follow Government House – US Virgin Islands on Facebook where regular updates and live streaming broadcasts from the governor and other officials are featured with regularity.

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