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JAMAICA | PM Manley's Misadventures or PM Holness' political disingenuity ?

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, July 10, 2020  -  A Gleaner story, written by Christopher Serju and published in the Friday July 10 issue of the publication, quoted prime minister Andrew Holness as saying that "the country is still paying for ideological missteps of the Michael Manley-led People’s National Party (PNP) administration from 1972 to 1978."

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JAMAICA | New COVID pre-testing requirement for some US visitors

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, June 29, 2020 - With the opening of Jamasica's borders  to visitors in an effort to restart the economy, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has bowed to public pressure and has announced new COVID pre-testing requirements for visitors to Jamaica from high-risk US states.

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JAMAICA | Holness clarifies protocols for returning Jamaicans and Non-Nationals.

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, June 13, 2020 -The Government of Jamaica is seeking to clarify the Special Protocols for Returning Jamaican Nationals and Non-nationals. We have observed an uptick in queries via JamCovid19, social media and other outlets seeking further information on non-nationals who are seeking to enter Jamaica to visit family and friends or to attend funerals, weddings and other events.

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JAMAICA | Holness Opposed and later declined the UK Prison Offer says Phillips

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, June 8, 2020: The Leader of the Opposition, Dr. Peter Phillip, says there needs to be no controversy over the UK offer to assist Jamaica in building a new correctional facility, as the Cabinet Office and Ministries of National Security and Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade have the records which can be made public.

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JAMAICA | Who Protects Worker's Health, as Tourism Industry Opens?

MONTEGO BAY, June 1, 2020 - With the opening of Jamaica’s borders to international visitors on June 15, there is widespread concern that uncontrolled access by visitors to Jamaica’s tourism product may expose the island’s tourism workers to a-symptomatic covid-19 virus carriers to the detriment of our product.

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