No charges in quarantine breach – The BVI Beacon

No charges have been laid in relation to the quarantine breaches in mid-December that triggered a round of contact tracing and prompted health officials to urge patrons of two establishments to get tested for Covid-19, Police Information Officer Diane Drayton said on Tuesday. The Ministry of Heal
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Former Bermuda News Bureau head and newspaper editor dies

A former manager of the Bermuda News Bureau known for his meticulous attention to detail has died. William Breisky, 92, also a former editor for the Cape Cod Times, died on New Year’s Day from compli…