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MOHW JA May 25
Update: As at May 25, 2020 β€’ Jamaica has recorded its highest number of recoveries in a 24 hour period with 27 persons recovering and being released bringing the total number to 238 recoveries.
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MOHW JA
Update Cont’d: β€’ Over the past 24 hours 4 samples tested positive for COVID19 bringing the total to 556 cases.
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Surena Rowe May 25
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MarjorieGardner May 25
πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ™Another awesome and healthy news on this Labour Day!!! Kudos and much thanks to our Team Health and Wellness! Your labour is highly appreciated.πŸ™
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Shaun J. May 25
Replying to @themohwgovjm
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Tourism-resilient colander May 25
Replying to @themohwgovjm
Where did that critically I'll patient phantom from? Abra kadapra out of? Poof...
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Horpaul Stewart May 25
Could be the 1 who disembarked and went to hospital
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Ian Dunkley May 25
And the painpgone silent now ,we give God thanks that we have a very capable team lead by and ever fresh an kool cmo to God be the glory great things he hath done
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Joan G. May 26
Replying to @themohwgovjm
GM, what's happening? Are we only testing crew members now? What about KSA? There are so many cases there...You shut down St Catherine for dbl digits, parts of St Mary for single digits... Triple digits in KSA, what's being done to contain... It seems testing have ceased for...
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Joan G. May 26
Replying to @themohwgovjm
... other parts of the island... If you're not testing how do you know that the curve is really flattening? πŸ€”πŸ™†β€β™€οΈ And more important: Why aren't you testing? What's really going on here? Are you afraid of the results?πŸ€”
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