Health and Wellness ministry says at home quarantine monitoring will be facilitated by geofencing app, Gov’t seeking to build out JCF training facility at Tranquillity Bay in St. Elizabeth and recovery of construction industry continues.
Government rethinking its decision to reopen some venues; tags and passports to become mandatory for cattle; and NIS pension encashment continuing this month.
Jamaicans encouraged to use jamcovid19 website, persons urged to report those who breach quarantine orders and protocols for the reopening of daycare facilities to be published soon.
High-profile inmates who are believed to be issuing instructions to accomplices on the outside are to be moved to newly constructed cells. National Security Minister, Dr. Horace Chang says the new cells will be equipped with technology that jams communication signals. The first 24 inmates will be moved within one week, as part of ongoing efforts to curtail criminal activity.
Legal framework for Major Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Agency (MOCA) in final stages; Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency undertaking digital transformation; and Millions in judgement debts and settlements paid over by the Government.
Jamaica confirms 8 new COVID-19 cases, new traffic ticket management system to be rolled out this year and 57 Brain Builder Centers to be built by September.
Cinemas and playhouses to reopen; Early Childhood Institutions to Receive Sanitation Grant; and More mentally ill detainees to be released from prison this month.
Police to relocate inmates believed to be communicating with accomplices; 200 housing units handed over in St Catherine housing development; and 5 new COVID-19 cases confirmed.
July toll rates increase to be delayed, Jamaica Constabulary force to increase investigative capabilities and JDF head outlines boundaries for South West St Andrew ZOSO.
ZoSo Declared for Greenwich Town area, 4 New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed and Mona water treatment plant temporarily out of operation.
Government eases several COVID-19 restrictions, Jamaica expecting sharp uptick in flight arrivals in July and Health Minister explains use of PCR pre-screening for high-risk travelers.
Visitors from high-risk territories to be required to pre-test for COVID-19 come July; Justice ministry to table Mediation Bill next fiscal year and Persons with disabilities are to benefit under CARE Programme.
Government to apologize for erroneous message sent to some CARE programme applicants, over 137 persons tested for COVID-19 in West Kingston and work begins on National Public Key Infrastructure project.
Jamaica records 6 new COVID 19 cases, Registrar Generals Department to launch online registration of birth certificates and Senate approves SOE extension in Kingston.
Health Minister satisfied with COVID 19 screenings at ports of entry, Judiciary apologises for treatment of Noel Chambers and JCF modifies recruiting and training methods.
6 New COVID-19 cases confirmed, Tourism stands to lose over 145 billion dollars if sector remains closed and Former Labour and Social Security Minister, Shahine Robinson to be accorded official funeral.
Gov’t mulling release framework for detainees held beyond 35 years; Education Ministry commends school administrators for smooth reopening of high schools; and JCF modernization almost complete.
Police report reduction in major crimes, BPO sector expected to return to normal by year end and Special needs students get tablets from Digicel Foundation.