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Jamaica records 366 new Covid-19 cases; positivity rate increases to 37.9 per cent
Jamaica’s Covid positivity rate has increased to 37.9 per cent, as 366 more people have tested positive for the virus. Of the new
JTA President says Education Ministry’s mandatory mask wearing policy is in line with the association’s position
Jamaica Teachers‘ Association, JTA President, Winston Smith says the directive from the Education Ministry for the mandatory
Gov’t fast tracking delivery of titles to people resettled due to bauxite mining
Government is fast tracking the delivery of titles to people who have been resettled due to bauxite mining. That’s according to
Education Ministry issues guidelines regarding the sitting of external exams by students with or suspected of having Covid-19
The Education Ministry today (May 19), issued to all schools, the guidelines to be followed for students who have tested positive for
Ardenne High School initiates Covid testing programme for entire school community
Ardenne High School in St. Andrew has initiated a programme of testing for Covid-19, for the entire school community. The initiative
Westmoreland Central MP holds “productive” meeting with Darliston taxi operators, following days of protest
Member of Parliament for Westmoreland Central George Wright has indicated that today‘s (May 19), meeting with upset taxi
Scores of taxi operators in Spanish Town withdrew service in protest against Transport Authority, this morning
Scores of taxi operators who ply routes to Spanish Town St. Catherine withdrew their service this morning (May 19), in protest against
Police probing death of 1-year-old boy in St. Catherine
The St. Catherine police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 1-year-old boy, who is said to have drowned at
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