Governor Albert Bryan Jr. issued an executive order on Friday extending the moratorium on evictions for the remainder of the year, removing restrictions on the number of people who can attend funerals and suspending inspections of private vehicles until March 15.
According to a Government House press release issued on Friday, “the new protocols take effect immediately” and a copy of the 28th Supplementary Executive Order amending the conditions for the “Safer at Home” phase is available at vi.gov or downloaded here – 28th additional executive decree COVID19.
The extension of the moratorium on evictions amends the 24th additional executive decree of May 25 and allows the moratorium to continue under existing conditions.
The source reported on September 17. that hundreds of virgin Islanders risked deportation if the moratorium was not extended.
Removing limits on the number of funeral attendees amends Governor Bryan’s 21st Supplementary Executive Order of Jan. 27, 2021, but the requirement to obey all ordinances regarding places of worship, face coverings, mass gatherings and more. the trade restrictions continue in full force and effect.
The 28th Supplementary Executive Decree also clarifies protocols regarding the sport, the statement said.
There are no restrictions on training drills for high risk contact sports including, but not limited to football, basketball and volleyball, including all leagues. , âpickupâ leagues and school sports organizations as long as no contact with the players is established. However, there is a ban on games and group events organized for these sports.
There are no restrictions on workouts, games and group events organized for low risk sports, which include but are not limited to baseball, softball, bowling, golf, cross-country. country, swimming, tennis, table tennis, pool, athletics, and competitive cheerleading as long as no contact with players is established and health guidelines for masking, social distancing and mass rally are followed.
The 28th Supplementary Executive Decree also suspends all laws and rules regarding inspections of private vehicles until March 15, 2022, unless the suspension is lifted earlier.
“The Bryan-Roach administration is investing in people, infrastructure and the future of the land through transparency, stabilizing the economy, restoring confidence in government and ensuring that stimulus projects are completed as quickly as possible, “the statement said.