NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (May 19, 2020) (SKNVIBES)
As of May 18, 2020, the COVID-19 Compliance Task Force (CCTF) on Nevis inspected 288 establishments to determine whether they comply with the mandatory guidelines put in place to ensure that St. Kitts and Nevis remains a safe and healthy place to live and do business.
The statistic was given in the task force’s daily report on May 18, 2020. The breakdown of the business entities inspected are Bakeries and Deli – 5; Banks and Financial Institutions – 11; Buses, Taxis and Ferries – 13; Game Room – 1; Gas Stations – 6; Government Buildings and Departments – 46;  Laundromats – 2; Market Vendors – 4; Mechanic Shops – 9; Offices – 32; Pharmacies – 2; Restaurants – 9; Salons and Barber Shops – 15; Shops – 19; Snacketts and Bars – 33;  Stores – 53; Street Vendors – 10;  Supermarkets – 7; Funeral Home – 1; Gyms – 2; Car Washes – 3; Whole Sale – 2; Radio Station/Communications – 1; and Manufacturing – 1.

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