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
Premier of Montserrat, Honourable Joseph E. Farrell will be addressing the Montserrat Association of Toronto (MAT) virtually, as the keynote speaker at a Special Meeting carded for Tuesday, July 7th.
Wednesday July 15, 2020 has been declared a public holiday on Montserrat, in observance of 25 years since the start of volcanic activity. The day will be observed as a National Day of Prayer, Reflection and Thanksgiving, under the theme ‘25 Years on, we are still here’. The National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving service will be held at 5:00p.m. at
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.
Today, when the clock strikes at 12:55 p.m., at that very moment, I want all of us to pause and remember those who tragically lost their lives on this day in 1997, when a dome collapse at the Soufriére Hills Volcano occurred.
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 $22M Deficit.
Nationals and residents of Montserrat who are interested in the energy sector, now have an opportunity to gain some work experience in the field, through an internship programme, being implemented by the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE).
World leaders have pledged US$ 8.8 billion for Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, far exceeding the target of US$ 7.4 billion. The funding will help immunise 300 million more children in the world’s poorest countries against diseases like measles, polio and diphtheria by the end of 2025.
St. Augustine Catholic Primary School activated its Remote Learning Programme for its pupils on Monday 20th April, the first day of Term Three of the 2019/2020 School Year. All instructions are from the approved OECS Curriculum. Teaching emphasis has been in Mathematics and Language Arts for pupils in Kindergarten to Grades Two while, Grades Three to Six
The Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs and Sports in collaboration with the Human Resource and Management Unit (HRMU) announces that applications are now being accepted for the ‘Montserrat Island Scholarship’.