Minister of Public Health Volda Lawrence today announced three more confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
(Jamaica Observer) Several Jamaican teachers in the South Carolina county of Kershaw, which is the epicentre of the COVID-19 outbreak in that state, are hunkering down for a long haul with schools declared closed for at least two months as authorities there try to contain the spread.
(Jamaica Star) Prime Minister Andrew Holness has just announced that Jamaica now has an additional four COVID-19 cases.
(Jamaica Gleaner) At least one Jamaican living in South Korea has reported that xenophobia in the South East Asian nation has increased tremendously since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, leaving her and other Jamaicans feeling ostracised.
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(Jamaica Gleaner) Paul Adolphous Brown, a director of Brown’s Funeral Home in Kingston, has been charged in connection with the recent discovery of hundreds of hospital gloves and masks at the establishment located next door to the Kingston Public Hospital.
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(Trinidad Guardian) The public will still be able to go to the shop, grocery and drug store from Monday.
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(Trinidad Express) CHANDRABHAN RAMROOP would do anything for his cousin, Seeta Bhagwandeen.
Reeaz Holladar, the applicant in the PPP-led court case challenging the vote count for Region Four died this morning by apparent suicide.
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