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Portland businesses suffering
BUSINESS owners and operators in Port Antonio, Portland, are outraged over what they said is a spate of robberies that have plagued their once quiet town since the nightly curfews were imposed to restrict movements in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Police still awaiting COVID-19 test results, a month later
POLICE officers who were placed in quarantine close to a month ago, because of possible exposure to COVID-19, are still in the dark about their test results although they are being asked to report for regular duties.
The Thalidomide drug victim who just loves her Jamaican people
Faith Russell, a Jamaican-born victim of the 1960s “wonder drug” Thalidomide, has been without legs since birth, but that has not interfered with her loyalty to her country and, especially, Jamaicans with disabilities.

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