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JAMAICA | Tourism Industry Needs Vaccination Roll Out Plan

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA: February 25, 2021 - The Shadow Minister of Tourism, Senator Janice Allen says the failure on the part of Government to provide a clear timetable for a roll out of a national vaccination programme is causing heightened concern among hoteliers and other tourism interests. 

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  • Countries Jamaica
  • Published in Tourism

JAMAICA | Second breach of Jamaica’s JamCOVID Website

KINGSTON, February 22, 2021 - As the country awaits the official report on the security breach of the Jamaica government’s JamCOVID immigration site, TechCrunch is reporting that there was a second security lapse that exposed private keys and passwords for the government’s JamCOVID app and website.

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  • Countries Jamaica
  • Published in Tourism

JAMAICA | PNP wants Plan for Reopening of Sports Industry

KINGSTON, Jamaica - The Shadow Spokesperson on Youth and Sports is again calling on the Government to urgently put forward an operational plan for the phased reopening of Jamaica’s Sports Industry. 

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  • Countries Jamaica
  • Published in Sports

CARICOM is preparing a joint policy on tourism

Bridgetown, Feb 20 (Prensa Latina) The countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are currently working on outlining a joint tourism policy in order to revive this key sector for the region's economies.

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  • Countries CARICOM
  • Published in Tourism

CARICOM Summit To Examine Impact Of COVID-19

BRIDGETOWN, B'dos, Feb. 19, 2021- Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley will lead a delegation to this year’s Thirty- Second Inter-sessional Conference of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), from February 24 to 25, where COVID-19 and its impact on the region is one of the major agenda items down for discussion.

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  • Countries Barbados
  • Published in CARICOM

CARICOM wants equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines

WASHINGTON, February 18, 2021 – The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is insisting on the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, so that so that developing countries can buy well needed stocks.

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  • Countries Antigua_Barbuda
  • Published in CARICOM
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