🚨ATTENTION🚨 All island curfew begins today.
The official page of the Ministry of Health & Wellness, Jamaica
Persons who returned to Jamaica between March 18 and 23rd, who may be asymptomatic, and have not self-quarantined, pose the biggest threat which could lead to a spike in Covid-19 cases. As stated by PM @andrewholnessjm yesterday, The Ministry and the police have been asked to examine flight manifests to identify persons who traveled to Jamaica between March 18-23, to determine whether they are in self-quarantine and take the steps necessary. #covid19jamaica #jacovid19
Protect yourself and others by taking the necessary precautions to help in the fight against the coronavirus. ⠀ The government can’t do it alone we NEED your help.⠀ ⠀ We NEED you to #stayathome. ⠀ If you don’t need to go on the road, #tanahyuhyaad. ⠀ If you don’t need to visit someone, #kipyuhdistance & #tekwehyuhself. ⠀ ⠀ Be a hero, stay at home. ⠀#jacovid19 #gemmilikklespace #socialdistancing
Join us in an hour for the official @themohwgovjm media/press briefing for #covid19jamaica today. Media Houses wishing to get access to the Zoom Link or have questions - must email: Davidsons@moh.gov.jm This will also be streamed from www.moh.gov.jm Thanks for your continued support.
While you're being a Hero by staying at home, there are some Heroes who put themselves on the frontline each day in the fight against the Coronavirus: our Nurses, Doctors, Medical Staff, the Police, and Soldiers. So look out for them as they look out for us by being cooperative and helpful. Just remember to keep yuh hands clean, suh we can beat COVID-19. #jacovid19