For Immediate Release

Source: United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism

Contacts:

Alani Henneman-Todman, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism +1 340 774-8784
ahenneman@usvitourism.vi

Keisha Nelson, Marketplace Excellence +1 201 861-2056
keisha@marketplaceexcellence.com

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM’S ST. THOMAS OFFICE EXPERIENCING PHONE OUTAGES

ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands (February 19, 2021) – The Department of Tourism’s St. Thomas office is experiencing phone outages today, February 19, 2021.

Assistant Commissioner of Tourism Alani Henneman-Todman reported that the department is working with the service provider to restore the service.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may have caused, and will continue to liaise with our telecommunications provider to resolve this matter,” she stated.

Assistant Commissioner Henneman-Todman advised that, in the interim, callers should contact the Department of Tourism’s St. Croix office at (340) 772-0357.

For information regarding the USVI Travel Screening Portal, the Department of Tourism is also responding to inquiries sent to info@usviupdate.com.
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