Tag Archives: COVID-19

What I Learnt During the Pandemic week ending 22/5/20

In Jamaica I learnt Since March this year the Ministry of Health has conducted inspections on 118 care homes (total 187). 85 were deemed satisfactory and 33 unsatisfactory. Government Member of Parliament, Juliet Holness is keen for govt officials to … Continue reading

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What I learnt During the Pandemic Week Ending 8/5/20

In Jamaica I learnt A number of Jamaicans have finally landed back home after weeks of dismay at being refused entry in early April when offshore. For some the disrespect  continued up on their return. Jamaica to be blacklisted by … Continue reading

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What I Learnt During the Pandemic Week ending – 1/5/2020

In Jamaica I learnt The daily double digit increase in the number of COVID-19 positives is very concerning. The government’s farmers market drive-thru initiative was an excellent move. Long may it develop across all parishes. The importance of small farmers … 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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Things I’ve Learnt During the COVID-19 Crisis – So Far

In Jamaica 1. That public hospitals continue to be in a dire state, despite all the outlandish pr statements of health modernisation by politicians. It was staggering to hear Jacquiline Bisasor-McKenzie – Chief Medical Officer (CMO) – state that there … Continue reading

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