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MOHW JA 5h
Eight new confirmed cases of were identified in the last 24 hours. The island’s tally of cases is now 1,031. Jamaica now has 213 (20.7%) active cases, including six moderately ill patients. Recoveries remained at 745 (72.3% recovery rate)
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MOHW JA 7h
Replying to @ThaDervster
Thank you. We will look into this.
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Southern Regional Health Authority 14h
Be a hero today by teaching your friends and family how to correctly wear a mask. 😷 Credit: UNICEF Jamaica @theserhajm@wrhagovjm
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MOHNERHA 13h
Fogging schedule for the parishes of Portland, St. Ann & St. Mary (August 9-15, 2020). This is a plan of action for mosquito control. Please feel free to leave a comment or like this schedule. @themohgovjm @portlandersnews @cvm_television
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CVC Coalition 13h
An undetectable HIV viral load means you will experience better health. This can only be achieved if you access care now and stay on your medication. Visit your nearest public health facility or call 888-ONE-LOVE (888-663-5683).
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MOHW JA 14h
Replying to @MsGillyJ
You can visit your health centre and speak with the public health nurse.
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UNICEF Jamaica 14h
Be a hero today by teaching your friends and family how to correctly wear a mask. 😷
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MOHW JA Aug 9
We regret to advise that another positive patient has died. This case brings to 14, the total number of COVID-19-related deaths for the island. 20 new cases brings total for the island to 1,023. Recoveries remained at 745 (72.8% recovery rate).
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MOHW JA Aug 9
Replying to @Paula_kayC
update will be shared shortly.
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MOHW JA Aug 9
Replying to @clifton23817486
We will share soon.
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MOHW JA Aug 9
Replying to @Petchary @suezeecue
There will be an update for today. Apologies for the delay.
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PAHO/WHO Aug 8
❤️ Women with COVID-19 can breastfeed if they wish to do so. 👀 our recommendations ⬇️.
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National Health Fund Aug 8
Replying to @NHFJamaica
St. Thomas - Saturday, August 8, 2020 as follows: Bamboo River from 12 noon to 1:00 pm; Church Corner from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 and the final stop for the day will be at Summit from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Residents can submit their prescription using the Quick Prescript Mobile App.
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National Health Fund Aug 8
NHF Pharmacy Mobile Unit is scheduled to provide pharmacy services to quarantined areas in Clarendon and St. Thomas today as follows: Sandy Bay, Clarendon - Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 2: 00 p.m., at Derby Terrace.
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PAHO/WHO Aug 8
📣 Health Workers : ✅ Remember‼️ Even when you’re not treating patients, the risk for COVID-19 continues.
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MOHW JA Aug 7
Regrettably, in the last 24 hours a 13th patient has died. 29 new samples have tested positive for COVID-19. This brings the total number of confirmed cases for the island to 987.
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Southern Regional Health Authority Aug 7
Are you talented in acting? Do a 1-minute skit on either physical distancing or wearing a mask, video record it and send it to themohgovjm@gmail.com to win BIG prizes. Tap into your talent and win this social media competition!
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Southern Regional Health Authority Aug 7
Prevent dengue by avoiding mosquito bites. As we continue to combat this disease, we will have regular fogging of communities, please see our weekly schedule for Manchester.
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Southern Regional Health Authority Aug 7
Prevent dengue by avoiding mosquito bites. As we continue to combat this disease, we will have regular fogging of communities, please see our weekly schedule for Clarendon.
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MOHW JA Aug 7
Siblings & 6th form students at Glenmuir High, Rhordann & Rhaveen Kildare have added their voices to the call for J'cans to practice infection prevention & control measures to . Let us all take heed.
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