Author Archive: Patrice Walters

UWI Mona finances hit hard by Covid
Principal of the University of the West Indies, Mona campus, Professor Dale Webber says the Covid-19 pandemic will deal a significant
Factories Corporation implements Covid relief measures
The Factories Corporation of Jamaica Limited (FCJ) has instituted policies to assist clients who have been negatively impacted by the
Health Ministry recommends mask wearing to help curb Covid 19
In a bid to curb the spread of the Coronavirus, the ministry of health and wellness has recommended that persons who fall within
Covid cases now at 59
  There are now 59 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Jamaica.   The new addition is a 43-year-old male from Portland, who
Wardens injured during fracas at Richmond Farm prison; prisoner allegedly found with phone
The police and Ministry of National Security have launched probes into an incident at the Richmond Farm correctional facility in St.
Persons facing vulnerability due to Covid restrictions urged to call Bureau of Gender Affairs
The Bureau of Gender affairs says two hotlines are available for persons who are facing increased vulnerability due to restricted
Jamaica now has 58 Covid cases
Jamaica’s confirmed coronavirus cases tally has climbed to 58.   According to a statement from the Health Ministry, the
Reid and Pinnock denied appeal
The Appeal Court has refused an application brought by former Education Minister, Ruel Reid, and Caribbean Maritime University