Prime Minister of Jamaica- Andrew Holness, took to social media and outlined the five Labour Party merit-based tertiary scholarships open for people between 17 and 25.
An additional booster dose will offer protection from infection and severe outcomes associated with COVID-19, particularly to members of the highest risk group.
Among the things he shared with our bright young minds is that the hallmark of any democracy is that all voices can be heard, and a consensus can be taken on the issues raised.
He stated that the scholarships would be open soon to Jamaicans who have been accepted into university. The citizens who will be aged between 17 and 25 will be eligible for the scholarships.
Eighty-seven samples were sequenced with sample dates from May 31 to July 11, 2022. All were identified as the Omicron variant. Of the 87 samples with sequencing, eight (9 percent) were BA.5, and 5 (6 percent) were BA.4 sub-variants.
The Medal hunt continues as #Team Jamaica kicks off day six at the World Athletics Championships with four medals (1 gold, two silvers and one bronze).
The Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) presents an important opportunity for our 54 Member States to determine key priority areas and draw on our collective energies and strengths to realize our true potential.
In the violence, around three people were shot, and several others were wounded on Tuesday. Moreover, a gang which could be the reason behind the shooting also claimed the lives of four people in Spanish Town.
Kamina Johnson Smith- Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica who is attending the 12th WTO Ministerial Conference currently taking place in Geneva, Switzerland met Distaquaine Tu'ihalamaka, Chief Executive Officer of Tonga
Jamaica: Prime Minister Andrew Holness delivered the keynote address at the Area Council 2 presentation, where he outlined the culture of Jamaica and various things...