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Prime Minister announces new measures to contain COVID-19 spread
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced new measures to contain the spread of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. This as the country
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
SERHA announces new visiting hours for hospitals
The South East Regional Health Authority, SERHA says visitors to all hospitals within the region will be allowed to visit patients
Government will not close Jamaica’s borders as yet
Health and Wellness Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says there is life after COVID-19; so much has to be considered before closing
Nurses Association receives seven buses to transport members
The Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) has received seven buses to facilitate the transportation of nurses.   This, as taxi
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