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(St. Lucia News Online) — Jamaica’s confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is now 32 after two more persons tested positive for the dreaded virus, according to media reports Saturday night. The latest cases are that of a 70-year-old female from St Catherine with no travel history and a 67-year-old female from Kingston who ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Four more Jamaicans have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 24 hours. This brings to 30, the number of confirmed cases in the island. Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton made the announcement a short while ago at a press conference of Jamaica House. There are now 20 imported cases of the ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Veteran reggae singer Bob Andy died at his St Andrew home, after a brief illness. He was 75. His death was confirmed by singer Marcia Griffiths. “He died this morning at 8:00 am,” a tearful Griffiths told OBSERVER ONLINE from her Florida, USA base. “Yesterday, I did a video call with him.” ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The police have charged five individuals in connection with the murder of St Andrew businessman Roger Chang. Charged are: 23-year-old Khadesha McKenzie of a Kingston 11 address, 60-year-old mechanic Cebert Duggan of Enfield St Mary, and three teenagers—two 16-year-olds and a 17-year-old, all from Enfield, St Mary. According to the police, they ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Police investigators have moved to clarify reports that a police constable could now be slapped with multiple charges after he allegedly shot his girlfriend during a domestic dispute yesterday. Initial reports were that the police constable and his 33-year-old girlfriend were in their house at premises on Foster Lane in downtown Kingston ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Christopher Tufton has just announced that Jamaica has seen an increase of two cases of COVID-19 since Friday last when the last official report was given. Speaking at a Jamaica House press conference, Dr Tufton gave details of the two cases. One is a 61-year-old man ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Crammed inside a prison cell is the last place one would want to be as the outbreak of an infectious disease ravages communities and threatens to destabilise the world. The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has spurred governments worldwide to advise their public to maintain social distancing, and to self-quarantine where necessary. However, ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — There was relative calm at quarantined Cornpiece settlement in Hayes, Clarendon, on Friday, day two of lockdown, as the Government mobilises to contain the local spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the island. This, except for one man, Adrian Nembhard, a resident of the community who complained that the package ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) would be ready for a general election next February if the outbreak of the coronavirus is brought under control by mid-year. That is the assessment of EOJ boss Glasspole Brown after the outbreak of the respiratory ailment, or COVID-19, and the containment measures imposed by the ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The Government has changed the order restricting incoming passengers at air and sea ports making exceptions for some Jamaicans. As a result, airline crew and certain categories of Jamaicans overseas like ship workers and people who commenced travel before March 20 will now be allowed until March 24 to return home instead of ...

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