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JamaicaObserver Aug 5
Approximately 12 members of staff at Princess Margaret Hospital in St Thomas were sent home yesterday after a colleague tested positive for COVID-19
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Susan Goffe Aug 9
The sad news is tonight that another person has died of here in . A 37-year-old man from St Catherine.
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Susan Goffe Aug 9
The hands of the people accompanying the PM didn't need sanitizing too?
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Susan Goffe 7h
The number of cases is increasing in now. The risk of coming in contact with someone with the virus has increased. So we need to wear our masks. If not for yourself, do it for the people you love.
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TVJ Aug 6
PM Holness says changes in COVID restrictions are coming, including for churches and the entertainment sector. The new measures will be announced at a later date.
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Susan Goffe Aug 7
If you are out & about today, interacting with other people, and not wearing a mask...just asking...why not?😷😷😷
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Susan Goffe Aug 7
1. Another death from in , an 88-year-old woman from Clarendon. .
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Susan Goffe Aug 7
Yes, Rhordann & Rhaveen!🎶 🎶
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Susan Goffe 16h
Replying to @suezeecue
6. From July 16 - Aug 3, 2020, the number of local transmissions not epidemiologically linked remained at 44. Since then it has increased as follows: Aug 4 - 60 Aug 5 - 62 Aug 6 - 62 Aug 7 - 62 Aug 8 - 68 Aug 9 - 76 This is a matter for concern.
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TVJ Aug 6
If you are ill, make contact with your doctor or hospital early so you can have a better chance of survival - Tufton
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Susan Goffe Aug 7
6. Here is the full press release. It would have been useful if the release had indicated whether any of today's samples were from the backlog or were all current samples...as Min had done yesterday.
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thelisaelement Aug 6
30 new cases though 😳
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Susan Goffe Aug 6
Replying to @suezeecue
4. And so the decision to impose the 14-day community quarantine in Sandy Bay...
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Southern Regional Health Authority Aug 9
COVID-19 is not over. Remember to remain social while maintaining the recommended 6ft physical distance. Do your part to protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19.
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sherryoptin Aug 8
Replying to @JamaicaGleaner
Yes prosecute these people to send the message. Make it a serious fine. Prosecute that foreign pastor and the pastor fir the church also
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JamaicaObserver Aug 7
The health ministry says community surveillance was carried out in Sandy Bay and neighbouring communities, where there is “significant cause for concern because of lack of adherence to infection prevention and control measures”.
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Susan Goffe 13h
I just listened to the recording of 's discussion with Prof Peter this morning. It was a serious discussion abt the current situation in & a lot of very important information was shared. Please post it online, !
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Susan Goffe Aug 6
Replying to @suezeecue
Min Tufton says that the last two people who died came to hospital at an advanced stage of the disease, with difficulty breathing, and died within 24hrs. People with symptoms are encouraged to seek medical care early!
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TVJ Aug 6
Church Corner in St. Thomas under quarantine as of 7:00 p.m. this evening.
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Susan Goffe Aug 7
Replying to @suezeecue
3. The new cases consist of: - 12 imported cases - 2 import-related cases - 1 contact of a confirmed case - 14 cases still under investigation. The new cases are spread across 7 parishes.
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