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Jamaica has now reported 32 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) up from 30 reported yesterday. So far there has been one death. The two newest cases involve a 70-year-old female from St Catherine with no travel history and a 67-year-old Kingston...

The Nurses’ Association of Jamaica (NAJ) has described as strange the Opposition’s demand for the government clarify whether health workers’ allowances are being deducted because state buses are now taking home night shift...

Trinidad and Tobago has recorded its third COVID-19 death. At the same time, the number of cases has jumped to 76. Two days ago, the southern Caribbean country had reported 60 cases and one death. In the meantime, one person has now been discharged...

There could be global shortage of condoms as a result of a halt in production because of a COVID-19 lock down in Malaysia, which has affected the world's largest producer. Karex Bhd which has three factories in Malaysia, has been out of...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has revealed that one of the 30 people in Jamaica tested positive for the coronavirus may have been infected by recent travellers who knew they were carrying the virus but neglected to self isolate.

Jamaica's Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte has asserted that the Government's COVID-19 containment measures are constitutional. Noted attorney Dr Lloyd Barnett has maintained that without a State of Public Emergency, some of the measures announced by the Government breach the Charter of Rights.
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