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Care Grant
Child Month Wreath Laying
Sheryl Baptist sits in her car reading from her Bible while attending a drive in worship service  at the Portmore Holiness Christian Church worship centre, Hellshire main, St Catherine.
Fraud Trial
Noel O'Connor care giver with 98 year old Ina Ranklin of Old Road  who's kitchen was being rebuilt by the efforts of personnel from the Guanaboa Vale Police Station  in cooperation with residents and a few donors in the Kitson Town community, St Catherine.
Alex Wilson flies his kite at Heroes circle taking adavantage of a windy day.
Due to the effects of the Covid-19 disease children have been spending less time playing together because of social distancing protocols which is one of the  keys to slowing the spread of COVID-19 is to limit contact as much as possible.
Labour Day Political Leaders
Grace Freckleton mother of the late Susan Bogle holding her head  while being spoken to by at left minister of national security Dr Horace Chang and right  member of Parliament Fayval Williams they were on a tour of the August Town community.
An aerial photograph of two fire trucks parked on Charles Street responding to a fire on Pink Lane on Tuesday May 26, 2020. The fire gutted five homes and damaged another three.
Rabbit Rearing
Repatriated Jamaicans Covid 19
Repatriated Jamaicans Covid19
Jamaican Returnee's at the Norman Manley International Airport on Wednesday May 13, 2020. Over 200 Jamaicans returned from Florida, New York and Canada to the island amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reunion Church Service
Seaga Tribute
A ministry of health and wellness mobile testing unit with workers outfitted in personal protective equipment was stationed at the Dover Community centre on Saturday may 9, 2020. The community centre served as a base of operations for the 70-Member team of healthcare workers conducting testing in the community.
Euton Lord market vendor spekaing with the Star  in the Metcalfe market, Annotto Bay, St Mary where there is currently a quarantine due to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the community.
A relieved Michael Forrester stands with his luggage at the Norman Manley International Airport yesterday evening. One hundred and fifteen Jamaicans, including 75 ship workers, landed in Kingston after being stranded for weeks in the United Kingdom. The group arrived aboard a TUI charter flight.

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