Author Archive: Sheryl Johnson

Portmore residents face long lines on second shopping day under lock-down
There are long lines at supermarkets and wholesales in the Portmore Municipality in St Catherine as thousands of residents venture out
Chaotic scenes in Spanish Town on second shopping day for lock-down residents
Mayor of Spanish Town Norman Scott has described as chaotic the shopping situation in the Old Capital. He says there are extremely long
Jamaica confirms 65 Covid-19 cases
Jamaica now has sixty-five confirmed cases of the Coronavirus, Covid-19. The Ministry of Health says the two new Covid-19 cases are: a
Ventilators coming to aid Covid fight
The country should have more than one hundred ventilators by the first week of May to assist in the Covid-19 crisis. Chief Medical
Jamaica now has 32 Covid-19 cases
The Country has recorded two additional cases of Covid-19, bringing to 32 the number of persons who have tested positive for the virus,
JPS providing flexible payment terms in light of Covid-19 crisis
The Jamaica Public Service, JPS says it will be providing flexible payment terms to assist customers in paying their electricity bills,
Jamaicans overseas told to ‘stay put’ as Island’s Sea and Airports set to close
Jamaican’s abroad are being told to stay put, even as the country prepares to close its air and sea ports, to incoming passenger
Increased emphasis on the elderly amidst Covid-19
Increased emphasis will be placed on the elderly and persons at-risk due to pre-existing medical conditions, as the government ramps-up