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MOHW: House-to-House COVID-19 Vaccination Begins

MOHW: House-to-House COVID-19 Vaccination Begins

The Ministry of Health has reported that at least nine health departments across the island have begun house to house vaccination. The Ministry notes that healthcare teams, including public health nurses and community health aides from Hanover, Manchester, St. Elizabeth, Trelawny, Westmoreland, St. Ann, St. Mary, Portland, and St. Thomas have been deployed to communities across the island to administer the COVID-19 vaccines to shut-ins, disabled and the elderly.

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JMF Chairman Says Anti-Vaxxers Are ’Selfish’

JMF Chairman Says Anti-Vaxxers Are ’Selfish’

The Jamaica Medical Foundation, (JMF) is weighing in on the vaccine conversation. Speaking at Foundation’s 32nd annual general meeting, on Wednesday, October 20, in Kingston, Chairman Micheal Fraser called for cohesion in the vaccination strategy and called out anti-vaxxers for their decision, he says that may prove harmful to the population.

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Outcomes of the 83rd Annual PNP Conference

Outcomes of the 83rd Annual PNP Conference

Having emerged from the 83rd People's National Party, (PNP) annual conference, General Secretary Dr. Dayton Campbell, said the party’s is to finalize changes to its voting structure for the posts of vice president and president. The unprecedented changes to the party’s internal voting structures were explored at the party’s recently concluded annual conference.

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Robber Posing as Delivery Men in Westchester, Portmore

Robber Posing as Delivery Men in Westchester, Portmore

Residents of Westchester in Portmore are being urged to be vigilant for robbers posing as delivery men. Westchester Councillor, Renair Benjamin says failure to report these incidents resulted in the continued incidents. Benjamin says the police should take strides to ensure the safety of the residents

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“Puss Gully”, Bronx Street Sinkhole to be Repaired

“Puss Gully”, Bronx Street Sinkhole to be Repaired

Since the sinkhole on Bronx Street or Puss Gully in St. Catherine was cleaned 6 years ago no further maintenance work has been done there. This has resulted in severe flooding and significant road damage that the Linstead Councillor Herbert Garriques there is eager to fix. He is grateful for a commitment from the mayor of Linstead, that the puss gully sinkhole will be repaired.