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Makers of 'Done' Brand Disinfectant Say The Product Is Authentic, But 'Raw Material Shortage' Led to…

Robert Moore | April 03, 2020

A Puerto Rico-based maker of the "Done" brand antibacterial spray said the controversial products seized by government authorities on St. Croix is, well, all a big mistake.  Jorge Gonzalez, president of Olein Recovery Corp., said the product removed from store shelves Wednesday was, indeed, antibacterial spray intended to help consumers prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The problem, he said, is that the company decided to affix the new antibacterial spray labels on cans that were originally intended for a different product. A St. Croix woman became suspicious after buying a can of "Done" brand disinfectant. She peeled back the label and discovered permanent markings that identified the product as butane fuel. Mr. Gonzalez sought to reassure consumers in a press release issued yesterday that the company's products are safe.…

Crowds Rush to Supermarkets in BVI Ahead of 24-Hour…

Angela Burns | April 03, 2020

TORTOLA, BVI — Day 1 of the limited curfew in the British Virgin Islands saw frenzied shopping at the…

President Trump Declares Major Disaster for U.S. Virgin…

Ernice Gilbert | April 02, 2020

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a major disaster declaration for the U.S. Virgin Islands,…

Cases of Coronavirus in St . Thomas Grow to 24 as…

Staff Consortium | April 02, 2020

The Department of Health has provided its latest update on confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. Virgin…

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