St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The St. Christopher Air & Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) is reporting that as of June 03, 2021, seventeen members of staff have been placed in quaratine.
SCASPA says this action has resulted from contact tracing and is related to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases in St. Kitts.
The statement further said “we have been further advised that a number of employees from various stakeholder companies that conduct business at the Ports have also been placed in quarantine, and at least one (1) has tested positive.
The Board of Directors and Management of SCASPA extend best wishes for the good health and well-being of these employees and their families.
SCASPA is currently undertaking a careful review of its overall COVID-19 policies and will be presenting a final position on the way forward, in coming days. Paramount in our efforts will be the health and safety of all employees, and users of our air and seaports.
To date, 62% or 200 of SCASPA’s employees have been vaccinated.
We continue to encourage employees to take all required actions that would protect them from the spread of COVID-19.”