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PM Holness appeals to religious leaders to refrain from imposing their stance on vaccine on congregants
Prime Minister Andrew Holness is appealing to religious leaders to refrain from imposing their stance on the COVID vaccine on their
Education Ministry moves to clear outstanding payments to school staff by October 29
The Education Ministry says payments to teachers and affected staff in schools should be paid no later than next week Friday, October
4 additional Covid-19 deaths and 74 new cases
74 more persons have tested positive for Covid-19, pushing the country’s case count to 87,797. The Health Ministry reports that
Caricom official says government holds key role in preparing businesses for successful post Covid operations
A senior official of the Caricom secretariat has stressed, that the government has an important role, in preparing businesses, to
STATIN reports 14.2 % percent economic increase for second quarter compared to last year
The economy grew by 14.2 % in the second quarter of this year, in comparison to the corresponding period, last year. The findings were
Search continues for persons involved in St. Thomas  mob killing
The search is still on for the persons involved in Wednesday’s mob killing in St. Thomas. Dead is Levi Chambers of South Heaven,
Chuck hopes for speedy passing of amendments to legislation that affect DRMA
Justice Minister Delroy Chuck is hoping that amendments to 2 pieces of legislation that affect the Covid measures regulation, will be
STATIN reports increases in imports and earnings from exports from January-June compared to last year
The Statistical Institute of Jamaica, STATIN, is reporting that the country recorded increases in spending on imports and earnings from
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