The People’s National Movement (PNM) has wished National Security Minister Stuart Young a speedy recovery from a fall he suffered at the opening of the Penal Fire Station earlier today.
The PNM said in a statement, "We are confident that the health care he is receiving is excellent, and we hope that his injuries are temporary, and his pain, tolerable. The PNM lifts Minister Young in our prayers and we are confident that all decent citizens of our nation will join us in praying for him."
National Security Minister Stuart Young has issued a statement saying that he is fine, following a fall at the opening of the Penal Fire Station Tuesday morning.
Minister Young issued the following statement around 3pm Tuesday:
"I would like to thank all well wishers and persons enquiring as to my well being. I am fine.
Jamaica has confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus currently making its way around the world.
According to a statement by jamaica's minister of health and wellness Christopher Tufton, the patient is a Jamaican female who had travelled from the united kingdom, which has cases of covid19.
She arrived on the island on March 4th, presented to the public health system on March 9th and has been in isolation since then.
A former soldier has begun to testify against eight men accused of kidnapping and murdering real estate agent Gerald Gopaul, almost 15 years ago.
Hours after hearing the shots that ended her son’s life, a woman found her son’s lifeless body mere metres from her home.
Vaundell Joseph, 28, was found dead in a drain which ran along a track which connected his home to Upper St Vincent Street, Tunapuna at around 6:15 am yesterday.
The discovery was made by his mother as she made her way through the pathway, and spotted her son, lying facedown in a bloodied vest.
Joseph was a handyman, Guardian Media was told.