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Covid-19 Positive Case at Human Services' Knud Hansen Complex Forces Temporary Closure of Facility

Staff Consortium | June 17, 2021

ST.THOMAS — The V.I. Department of Human Services confirmed on Wednesday that it was immediately closing the Knud Hansen Complex in St. Thomas after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19. "DHS is currently working with the Virgin Islands Department of Health Division of Epidemiology to ensure contact tracing and staff members have been referred to Pop-Up testing sites," according to the release. The building will be closed on both Wednesday, June 16 and Thursday, June 17 in order to activate Covid-19 mitigation protocols, D.H.S. said. Additionally, while D.H.S. cleans the facility and works with the Department of Health on contact tracing, the Knud Hansen facility will remain closed, the department further stated. In the meantime, the public is asked to reach D.H.S. through the following numbers (area code 340): 725-5697 Division of…

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Ernice Gilbert | June 16, 2021

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Staff Consortium | June 15, 2021

ST. THOMAS — The V.I. Dept. of Health on Tuesday afternoon confirmed the 30th Covid-19 related death…

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Staff Consortium | June 15, 2021

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