Proclamation – CNMI Pride Month – June 2020

WHEREAS, the CNMI community has built on remarkable progress to uplift, center and support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer communities across generations, spanning every sexual orientation and gender identity; and, 

CHCC Issues Guidance for Restaurants/Bars at Level BLUE

On Monday, June 15, 2020, in response to Governor Ralph DLG. Torres’s latest amendment to the CNMI COVID-19 Emergency Directives, the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation (CHCC) Environmental Health and Disease Prevention (EHDP), has transitioned from operating under Community Vulnerability Level YELLOW to Community Vulnerability Level BLUE, which allows restaurants and bars to serve dine-in customers at 50% of originally permitted occupancy limit in accordance with supplemental regulatory guidance from the CHCC.

COVID-19 Public Guidance: CNMI now on Community Vulnerability Level BLUE

In line with approved guidance by the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation (CHCC) and community-based testing data by the Governor’s COVID-19 Task Force, Governor Ralph DLG. Torres announced on Monday that the CNMI can now responsibly initiate the next phase in the implementation of its Economic Recovery Plan from Community Vulnerability Level “YELLOW” to “BLUE.”


CNMI Cannabis Commission launches

With the publishing of the certification and adoption of proposed rules and regulations of the CNMI Cannabis Commission (Commission), the Commission announces the official launching of applications for the commercial Cannabis Licenses and noncommercial Homegrown Marijuana Registry.

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