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Posted By: Karen Hinds

Posted On: Sep 14, 2021
Views: 6967

To all my friends in Jamacia PLEASE GET VACCINATED. If not for you but for your children and older adults.

Vaccins work. Please stay safe and healthy.

Posted By: Hansel Beckford, Jr.

Posted On: Sep 1, 2021
Views: 2007
COVID-19 Concern

As a Jamaican living abroad, I am VERY concerned for my family in Jamaica. The fact that when the first set of vaccines came and hardly anyone wanted to take it and they had to THROW AWAY VACCINES tells me that people have been misguided by the Sizzlas and Bujus of the world.

As a result, people are now acting after the fact to the uptick in cases and deaths as if this virus was a joke.


Posted By: Onlooker

Posted On: Jul 10, 2021
Views: 3060
COVID-19 Communication

I'm concerned, but not excessively because I'm fully vaccinated, practice social distancing, sanitise frequently, and always wear a mask at work and in public. Also, fortunately, I can opt to work from home. I pray that my fellow Jamaicans see their responsibility in keeping COVID-19 under control.

Posted By: Alan Searchwell

Posted On: Jul 8, 2021
Views: 2517
More is known about treatment

I always thought the advice to isolate and quarantine unless you need medical attention was nonsense. Now, more and more doctors are coming to the same conclusion. Generous doses of immune system boosting supplements have been recommended by wise doctors from the very start of this pandemic and now they have even more weapons in their arsenal like ivermectin and fluvoxamime among others. Even for those at high risk, following the protocols of doctors like those who formed the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance should keep you healthy and alive!

Posted By: Dennis A Minott

Posted On: Jul 2, 2021
Views: 2010
Concern about current Covid-19 measures in Ja.

We are being pennywise and pound foolish. Delta variant is knocking at Jamaica's tourism and other doors, yet, we act as if it will make a detour from invading our shores. Get this: we are "nice, 'hortical' and resilient black people" entitled to wi dance. Never mind seh, the UK, France, Italy, the US, Phuket, Portugal, Indonesia and Suriname nah tek no chance.
Trus meh, "Jamaica, No Problem"!...Next month, Andrew, Chris, Jacqueline and Melody who have nerves of steel; ah goh mash dung any blastid new wave

Posted By: Elaine Reid

Posted On: Apr 28, 2021
Views: 2615
not more concerned

I am not more concerned about the Covid 19 than in March, because some vaccines are available and if the people do their part as well as the Government is doing theirs, then there is cause for optimism. The sad part is that some believe it is all on the government.

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Posted On: Mar 26, 2021
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Posted By: Donald Hannan c/o Patricia Rose

Posted On: Mar 17, 2021
Views: 5410
covid 19 concern

I am more concerned now because I do not see the level of concern on the part of the Government that I saw then.

Posted By: Robert N

Posted On: Dec 7, 2020
Views: 9513

The reason why COVID is much more scary is because unlike the flue/cold almost everyone can see or tell that you have a cold, but with COVID by the time someone realize that you are sick you have already infected probably 10 other people who have no clue that you were carrying it and they may do the same thing, and this is why I find it so scary and Jamaicans should really think long and hard of what they are doing and follow the health ministry advise wear mask and keep their distance no party gathering.

Posted By: Anthony

Posted On: Nov 27, 2020
Views: 7518

Both the Influenza (flu) and COVID-19 are caused by the corona virus. I noticed that people are not dying from the flu anymore, so to speak. I noticed that both the prime ministers of Canada and the UK had the virus but were fine after quarantine. Prince Charles and William had it and were fine, Donald Trump and his son had it and they are fine, Usain Bolt and Tom Hanks had it and they were fine after quarantine. Apparently if you have COVID-19 there is no treatment, you are merely told to quarantine. The Prime Minister of Jamaica said everyone is going to get COVID-19, so I am not sure why so much emphasis is on the virus. The emphasis should be on government corruption and crime. The amount of people in Jamaica dying from murders is about 6 times the death caused by COVID-19. The so-called pandemic is the murder rate in Jamaica and not COVID-19.

Posted By: Jeremy Hosue

Posted On: Nov 10, 2020
Views: 8144
Why covid is less scary

I think most of the covid-19 deaths were preventable. Corona virus treatment in the US has gotten to the point where even with a huge number of reported cases but their deaths have not increased to levels they were in april. Their people are spenting less time in the hospital, less go on ventilators and for less time. Comparing that to jamaica where the deaths AND cases seems to follow each other as if treatment is the same as its been since the beginning. I would emplore our govt to look back in the zinc, azythromycin and hydroxychloroquine combo; get into contact with Dr Robin Armstrong out of Texas, he's been treating the elderly with the combo.

Take your zinc and vitamin C

Posted By: Dave Higgins

Posted On: Oct 31, 2020
Views: 3692

Although there is much research and talk about a vaccine, there are many unknown factors that cause anxiety. I believe there will be a break-through but in the meantime we should continue to adhere to the protocols as outlined by the Ministry of Health as well as the World Health Organization.

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