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PM denies being slow in reacting to COVID-19 pandemic
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has rejected claims from the opposition People’s National Party (PNP) that the Government was late
Jamaica could see major increase in COVID-19 cases, with a peak at 8 weeks after first case identified
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says Jamaica could see a major increase in cases of COVID -19, and a peak at 8 weeks, after the first
Jamaica records first death from Coronavirus
Jamaica has recorded its first Corona Virus, Covid-19 death.  The announcement was made during a press conference at Jamaica house
Foreign Affairs Ministry  says  Employee at  Consulate General in New York tests positive for  Covid-19
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade says one of its employees at the Consulate General in New York tested positive for
Citizens could face fines of 1 million JMD for breaching COVID-19 containment orders
  Citizens are being warned that failure to abide by the new orders effected by the government to help curb the spread of the
Restrictions on public gatherings, closure of bars and other measures to stem COVID-19 spread
A new hospital policy will see visitations being cut back to only one person, per day.   This is among a raft of measures being
Non-essential work to be completed from home as of tomorrow
  Effective tomorrow Wednesday, March 18, all non-essential work in the public and private sectors, should be done from home.
JPS puts contingency plan in place in light of COVID-19
Energy Minister, Fayval Williams says the island’s light and power company has implemented contingency measures to help mitigate