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Coronavirus and Jamaica

1,968 additional COVID-19 cases, eight more fatalities
Some 1,968 additional COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Jamaica, increasing the tally to 112,218. Of the new cases, 1,135 are women and 833 are men, with ages ranging from nine days and 95 years. The tally of active cases now stands at 13,696. A... - 2022-01-16 14:03:46
Carolyn Cooper | Science, high science and the war on COVID-19
When I listened to Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ press briefing last Sunday, it struck me that he doesn’t appear to understand Jamaican culture to dat. Holness’ mentor, Edward Seaga, seems to have failed to teach his protégé the basic principles - 2022-01-16 00:07:06
1,262 more COVID-19 cases, three additional fatalities
Jamaica on Thursday recorded 1,262 more COVID-19 cases, pushing the tally to 108,983. Of the new infections, 781 are women and 481 are men, with ages ranging from 20 days and 97 years. A total of 2,915 tests were conducted. The country's... - 2022-01-14 11:24:13
Spain doctors win suit for lack of protection from COVID-19
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Spain's medical community has scored a victory after a court ordered that a regional government must compensate doctors with up to 49,000 euros ($56,000) for having to work without personal protection suits during... - 2022-01-12 17:13:36

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Fire at the Charles Gordon Market leaves millions in damage
A fire destroyed three shops at the Charles Gordon Market in Montego Bay, St James this morning. Damage is estimated in $3 million. Preliminary information from the fire brigade is that the blaze started some time about 10:00 a.m. at a...

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COVID cases at an all time high
The latest number of postive Covid-19 cases in Jamaica hit an all time high yesterday with 1968...

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We Are the Zoomers
If someone had mentioned the word “Zoom” to me in 2019, I would have looked at them blankly, wondering what it was. When explained to me, I would have said vaguely, “Oh, that’s interesting,” and moved on. In 2019, we were meeting in cafés, holding retreats, signing up for various forums in hotels, caught up […]

Living Online with Humans and Birds: NAOC 2020
In this COVID-19 life (yes, we’re “living with COVID,” aren’t we?) I, for one, am mostly living online. Whether it’s writing blog posts, posting on social media, or attending Zoom meetings, I spend a lot of time in front of a screen. It is actually quite tiring, sometimes. But I am staying home. This is […]

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JPL wins for Waterhouse, Cavalier
Livingston Scott/Gleaner Writer Goals from Andre Fletcher and Devroy Grey carried last season's beaten finalists Waterhouse to a come-from-behind 2-1 win over ten-man Montego Bay United, as the Jamaica Premier League (JPL) kicked off at the UWI-...
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