Prime Minister Holness allaying fears surrounding COVID-19 vaccination policy, Several vaccination sites to be operational over Heroes weekend and ITA urging motorists to clear outstanding traffic tickets.
NIDS Bill passed in the Lower House, more flights expected from United States for Winter tourist season and Maureen Dwyer appointed Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information.
Government to increase spending to expand CARE programme, Parliamentary committee to consider increase in legal aid council fees paid to attorneys and first phase of transitional facility for corporate area homeless 95 percent complete.
Cabinet expected to later this month provide update on resumption of face-to-face classes, Health Ministry calls for more vaccine ambassadors to combat vaccine hesitancy and applications to Government Electrical Inspectorate to close on Friday.
Disabilities Act to come into effect next February, outstanding payments for summer school teachers to be made this month, and Health Ministry’s Adopt-a-clinic programme gaining traction in the diaspora.
Cabinet resumes face to face meetings, Foreign Affairs Minister calls on global community to help with disaster financing and six new domestic violence intervention centres to be opened this month.
Daily COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise, Jamaicans again being encouraged to get vaccinated, and soil mapping project approved by cabinet
Health Ministry monitoring science surrounding mixing of COVID-19 vaccines, new voter ID cards being rolled out and Education Ministry revises teacher appraisal system to boost performance.
Medical mission coming to Westmoreland later this month, Cabinet approves Mandeville Water improvement project and Farmers encouraged to utilize omni bus incentive program.
Prime Minister makes special appeal for seniors to get vaccinated, Standard & Poors affirms Jamaica’s credit rating and western business operators urged to help transform Downtown, Montego Bay.
Nine-million-dollar Electrification Programme being undertaken for St Andrew, Tourism sector growth positively impacting other sectors, and Island Traffic Authority ramping up road spot check operation.
Next shipment of Pfizer vaccines expected early October, case backlog in Parish Courts being reduced and Jamaica 4H clubs revamps agriculture technology programme.
One hundred and eighty-nine communities across the island are set to benefit from public Wi-Fi hotspots, following recommendations from all 63 members of parliament.
Prime Minister Holness says more Vaccine Heroes are needed, Justice Ministry projecting 2022 for island wide implementation of virtual court trials, and Government continuing efforts to boost cybersecurity Infrastructure.