Monthly Archives: April 2020

What I Learnt During the COVID-19 Pandemic week-ending 24/4/20

In Jamaica I learnt Number of COVID-19 positives has surged in the week with the epicentre still being St Catherine. Central/Local Government in St Catherine still doing a poor job in not sanitising roads leading to public health centres where … Continue reading

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What I Learnt During the COVID-19 Pandemic week-ending 17/4/20

In Jamaica I learnt Number of COVID-19 positives has risen sharply this week to 163 as at 17th April. With the main cluster being a call centre in Portmore, St Catherine. Thus St Catherine is in quarantine as of 15 … Continue reading

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What I Learnt during the COVID-19 Pandemic week ending 10/4/20

Things I learnt in Jamaica Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips has stage 3 colon cancer. Hope Dr Phillips resigns soon for the sake of his welfare. His contribution in saving the Jamaican  must never been forgotten. Dr Winston De La … Continue reading

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What I Learnt This Week During the COVID-19 Pandemic: week ending 3/4/20

From Jamaica I learnt Approximately 4500 incoming passengers who flew into Jamaica during mid March have still to report to the authorities. Concerns that some may have imported cases of COVID-19. Some incomers supplied incorrect contact details on their immigration … Continue reading

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