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Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

Jamaica records 156 new COVID-19 cases and 3 more COVID-19 deaths
The number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise with 156 more cases recorded yesterday (July 24).   They push the country’s
MAJ calls on Gov’t to do all it can to prevent 3rd COVID-19 wave, saying resource issues persist
President of the Medical Association of Jamaica, Dr. Andrew Manning says while doctors are more experienced to deal with COVID-19
Tourism Minister says plans in motion to procure over 25M doses of vaccines for region’s tourism workers
Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett says plans are in motion to procure over 25 million doses of vaccines for tourism workers in the
JSE says investors are coming back to the market but are cautiously optimistic about the future
Managing Director of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, Marlene Street Forrest said investors are coming back to the market but are cautiously
State Minister in the Ministry of Youth says don’t hesitate to contact authorities if child abuse is seen or suspected
  With several child abuse incidents occurring recently, State Minister in the Ministry of Youth, Robert Morgan is appealing to
NWC says it is working to restore supply to customers in sections of St. Catherine by this afternoon
The National Water Commission, NWC, says it is working as quickly as possible to have water restored to customers in sections of St.
Jamaica’s farmers and fisherfolk can now access protection from adverse weather events, through GK’s Weather Protect Insurance
Farmers and fisherfolk across the island can now access protection from adverse weather events, through the Grace Kennedy Weather
Jamaica records 62 more COVID-19 cases and 1 more COVID-19 death
The Health and Wellness Ministry is reporting one additional COVID-19 related death, pushing the death toll to 1, 158.   The
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