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JIS Evening News – August 5, 2022

JIS News | August 5, 2022
Jamaica confirms first local case of Monkeypox, Justice Ministry launches Restorative Justice Training Programme for Cohort 2022, and Youth urged to consider their role in ‘Project Jamaica’.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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JIS News | August 10, 2022
The Government is to establish stroke units in the coming year; The Statistical Institute of Jamaica gets all clear to conduct population and housing census and NSWMA now accepting e-waste at its head and regional offices.
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US Government investing 2 million US dollars to establish Cyber Centre, Health Minister appeals for patience with rehabilitation of Cornwall Regional Hospital; and Teachers to Be Trained Under Coding in Schools Project.
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JIS News | August 9, 2022
The Ministry of Education and Youth has commenced consultation on a new hair and grooming policy and PAHO pushing for greater access to the Monkeypox vaccine
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Halshane Burke
JIS News | August 9, 2022
Western Children and Adolescents Hospital on track for 2024 completion, Culture Minister pleased with Grand Gala turnout and St. Ann to receive new water truck.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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