One more COVID-19 case in Jamaica – 26 in total

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One more COVID-19 case in Jamaica – 26 in total

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - One more person, a 70 year old Clarendon male been has been confirmed with the COVID-19 /coronavirus in the island.

Health minister Dr. Christopher Tufton made the disclosure minutes ago at a press conference at the health ministry in New Kingston.
This brings to 26 confirmed cases of the virus in the island, which includes 18 imported cases, seven import-related cases and one likely imported case which is being investigated.

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