Jamaica has confirmed one more case of COVID-19, bringing the total to 13, as of this evening (March 17). This case is linked to “Patient 1” (formerly called “Patient Zero”) who traveled from the UK on March 4 for a family funeral, and linked to the Bull Bay area now under quarantine. Five results were … More COVID-19 in Jamaica: An Official Update on Tuesday, March 17, 2020
It’s not often that I can be found sipping coffee in the company of a large group of young volunteers and their partners and sponsors on a Sunday morning. But so it was today, in a cool tent at the lovely Terra Nova Hotel in the heart of steamy, warm Kingston. The Positive Organisation (Youths … More Sharper Yet: The Hurdles Crew and Youth Inspiring Positive Change
Well, it’s that time of year again. Email flyers are landing in my inbox, thick and fast! There is so much happening in and around Jamaica in this pre-Christmas season that I thought I would share some of this information with you. Then you can see what interests you. There is a mixture here of … More Jamaica’s Getting Busy Before Christmas!
We have had a shower in Kingston, and the air is cool and light. It is the Easter holiday, and since yesterday we have been resting in a cocoon of sleepy silence. The Carnival activities tomorrow are likely to intervene (yes, we have Carnival on Easter Sunday, just to be different). But meanwhile, our dog … More Easter Sprinter: A Memory
Today the ruling People’s National Party‘s (PNP) Annual Conference is taking place at the National Stadium in Kingston. The party is also celebrating its 75th year. From my yard (quite a distance away from the Stadium) I can hear those mind-numbing vuvuzelas, much shouting over microphones and snatches of over-amplified music. In Jamaica, the songs played … More Celebration Time! Sunday, September 22, 2013