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Monthly Archives: April 2022

Policeman shot and killed in Westmoreland identified 

The policeman who was shot and killed by gunmen in Westmoreland
on Friday has been identified.

Good Friday shootout on Red Hills Road leads to gun seizure 

A firearm and four rounds of ammunition were seized during a
targeted police raid along Red Hills Road in St Andrew on Friday,
April 15.

Building bridges to Africa

Jamaica’s effort to achieve closer ties with countries in Africa is expected to be boosted by the just-concluded State visit to the island by a delegation from the Republic of Rwanda led by President Paul Kagame.

FDA authorises first breath test for COVID-19 infection

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued an emergency use authorisation for what it said is the first device that can detect COVID-19 in breath samples.

Jamaica to lift COVID travel-testing requirement this weekend 

The requirement for people travelling to Jamaica to present a negative
COVID-19 test certificate for a test conducted no earlier than three days
prior to the date of departure for Jamaica will expire on April 15, 2022.

PM to address Johnson Smith’s Commonwealth bid at CARICOM meeting 

When CARICOM heads of government meet on Wednesday, Prime
Minister Andrew Holness will have to address the controversy
being generated by Jamaica’s

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