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Public health workers engage with residents of Frazer’s Content in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, during a visit to the area on Saturday (Nov. 21) to do coronavirus (COVID-19) surveillance and sensitisation.

 

Community health aides Oshin Baker (left) and Rosemarie Daley, speaks with resident of Frazer’s Content in Spanish Town, Rupert Henry, during a visit to the area on Saturday (Nov. 21) to do coronavirus (COVID-19) surveillance and sensitisation.

 

Public Health Inspector, St. Catherine Health Department, Ricardo Forrester (5th left), directs public health workers, as head into the Frazer’s Content in Spanish Town on Saturday (Nov. 21) to do house-to-house coronavirus (COVID-19) surveillance and sensitisation. The exercise, which included free testing at the Church of God of Prophecy, was part of strategic intervention to curtail the spread of the virus.

 

Senior Public Health Nurse, St. Catherine Health Department, Marlene Stephenson (left), briefs the public health team as they prepare to go into Frazer’s Content in Spanish Town on Saturday (Nov. 21) to do house-to-house coronavirus (COVID-19) surveillance and sensitisation. The exercise, which included free testing at the Church of God of Prophecy, was part of strategic intervention to curtail the spread of the virus.
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