The Government of Montserrat continues to remove and amend COVID-19 suppression restrictions, as the phased reopening of the economy continues. As of Wednesday July 8, 2020 at 5:00a.m. the maximum number of persons allowed to gather in a public place will increase from 10 to 50. This is outlined in the ‘Public Health (COVID-19 Suppression) (No.4) Order, S.R.O. 44
The Ministry of Health and Social Services is notifying travellers from Montserrat to Antigua, of the need to have a negative COVID-19 test prior to travelling.
As of Wednesday July 1, 2020 at 5:00a.m. the curfew which was implemented as part of COVID-19 suppression measures by the Government of Montserrat, will be lifted.
Premier and Minister of Finance and Economic Management, the Honourable Joseph E. Farrell today presented an EC227.68 million dollar budget for the 2020/21 financial year. COVID 19 Causes Nearly $22M Deficit.
A pre-travel registration process and other protocols have been implemented by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and the Access Division, for persons traveling to Montserrat.
Small or micro businesses on Montserrat facing financial difficulties due to COVID19 measures, can now apply for a direct one-off cash grant, up to a maximum of ten thousand EC dollars ($10,000).
As of 12:00a.m. on Friday May 22, businesses to include restaurants, cook shops, barber shops, and religious establishments will be allowed to operate, but must implement social distancing (6 feet apart) and sanitizing measures. The list of business and other activities permitted from May 22nd to 5:00a.m. on Monday June 8 have been outlined in the PUBLIC HEALTH (COVID-19 SUPPRESSION) (No.2)
Of course, we want you to return to work, we want to allow you to exercise at free-will and we would want you to eat from your favourite restaurants. I am therefore pleased to report that Cabinet having assessed the activities which were allowed to take place in the first phase of the reopening (13 days ago,) and having viewed
The Ministry of Health and Social Services is today announcing that there are no active coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases on Montserrat; as the lone remaining active case of COVID-19 which was previously reported in the Ministry’s last update, has now made a full recovery.