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Jamaica Keeping Options Open regarding  International Aid for  COVID 19 response
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke has indicated that Jamaica is keeping its options open with regards to international aid for the
Efforts being made to assist Jamaican hotel workers stranded in the US
State Minister for Labour and Social Security Zavia Mayne has assured that efforts are being made to assist some Jamaican hotel workers
CSEC, CAPE and PEP examinations likely to be pushed back
In light of COVID-19, there is a possibility that the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and the Caribbean Secondary
SLB to suspend loan payments for 3 months in light of COVID-19
The Students’ Loan Bureau (SLB) will waive late fees for three months, as part of measures to assist persons affected by the
Finance Minister says Jamaica in for a massive economic shock; promises $100,000 grant for small businesses
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke says Jamaica is in for a massive negative economic shock, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   He
Number of COVID-19  cases increases to 25.
Jamaica now has 25 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus Disease COVID-19. The Health and Wellness Ministry reports that this follows the
Relief coming for workers  affected by COVID-19
Help is on the way!  That’s the word from Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke, who Tuesday announced a raft of relief measures to
JHTA , Tourism and Health ministries partner to  provide rooms for COVID-19 patients
The Ministries of Tourism and Health and Wellness and the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association, JHTA will partner to provide rooms for