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🕔Friday July 1, 2016

Ministry of Health is Preparing the Health Sector to Manage Impact of the Zika Virus

The Ministry of Health has employed several strategies to ensure the Health Sector is able to manage and mitigate the impact of the Zika Virus. Health Practitioners in the public and private sector have been informed and the Ministry of Health is working closely with them. Some of the strategies… Read More

Minister of Health, Dr. Christopher Tufton (L) and Mr. Rohan Miller (R), President & CEO, Sagicor Investments share a light moment during the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run presentation ceremony held on June 23, 2016, at the Cornwall Regional Hospital board room.  JA$16 million worth of equipment and medical supplies was officially handed over to the Cornwall Regional Hospital from the proceeds from the 2015 Sigma Corporate Run. Sagicor also donated directional and welcome signs to the hospital.
🕔Saturday June 25, 2016

JA$16M worth of Equipment & Medical Supplies Donated to the Cornwall Regional Hospital from Proceeds of the 2015 Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run

Equipment and medical supplies valued at J$16 million was donated on Thursday, June 23, 2016, to the Cornwall Regional Hospital from proceeds of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run 2015. The donation is in aid of the special care nursery in order to strengthen the Paediatric Unit of the hospital. Minister… Read More

Drum Cover
🕔Friday June 24, 2016

Ministry of Health will Focus on Drum Coverage as Part of Phase Two of the Zika Response

As part of its Phase Two response to the Zika Virus, the Ministry of Health will be focusing on proper drum coverage to reduce mosquito breeding. Data collected by the Ministry’s Environmental Health Unit have shown that 45 to 55 gallon drums used to store water for domestic use are… Read More

Emergency/Disaster Tips

🕔Monday January 11, 2016

What to do in the Event of an Earthquake

Before the Earthquake Teach all members of your family about earthquake safety. This includes: 1) the actions you should take when an earthquake occurs, 2) the safe places in a room such as under a strong desk, along interior walls, and 3) places to avoid such as near windows, large… Read More

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