Rae Town In Kingston & Cornwall Courts In St. James, Placed under Special Curfew

See below an official press release from Jamaica’s Ministry of Health & Wellness regarding the curfew being put in place in Rae Town and Cornwall Courts.

The areas of Rae Town in Kingston and Cornwall Courts in St. James are being placed under special area curfew. This will take effect from Friday, October 23rd starting at 6:00 PM until 5:00 AM on Friday, November 6th, 2020. During curfew hours, only essential workers with identification will be allowed to enter or exit. Additionally, the gathering limit will be no more than six (6) persons in any public place for the period. All the other existing restrictions such as mask wearing and physical distancing will be strictly enforced.

These two areas have seen an increase in COVID-19 cases, which is of great concern to the Health authorities and thus this special measure is to restrict movement of persons to slow or prevent new exposures and hence new infections. There is also concern for the high population density of the two areas identified and the high vulnerability of persons within the areas to severe illness due to age, comorbidities and other socio-economic factors.

The Health Departments will be conducting the following activities in these areas:
· additional testing;
· close monitoring of members of the communities for development of symptoms;
· early containment of newly detected cases;
· prevention of new exposures and transmission of disease; and
· sensitisation of members of the communities regarding infection prevention and control measures.

Additionally, there will be enhanced monitoring and enforcement of the Disaster Risk Management Order in the business district of Montego Bay with special attention being given to markets, supermarkets, transportation centres, banks and business places.

Chronixx, Beenie Man & Others Confirmed For The ‘One Yard Virtual Benefit Concert’ On Oct. 30th

Ansa Mcal Group of Companies and Ultimate Events Ltd. are working together to raise funds to help students and teachers in the Caribbean transition from in-person classrooms to online learning.

On Friday, October 30th, they will present the ‘One Yard Virtual Benefit Concert‘ that will see artists like Chronixx, Beenie Man, Ravi B, Kes The Band, Timeka Marshall, Freetown and so much more performing live.

The organizers are asking viewers to donate on the the day of the concert so that they can help to purchase much needed laptops for students who cannot afford them. Start times are as follows: 8:00 PM (AST) / 7:00 PM (EST). For additional info visit ultimateeventstt.com.

New Roots Reggae Release From Clinton Fearon “Fix It” (@clintonfearon)

Veteran reggae artist and musician, Clinton Fearon, has just released a brand new roots song called “Fix It.” On the record, the Jamaican born, American based singer highlighted several challenges that we are facing on a global scale and called on world leaders to fix them.

Click here to listen and download the song from your preferred music platform.

Sa-Roc Confirmed For OYA Masquerade Weekend In Florida

On Saturday, October 31st, Sa-Roc will perform at the 2nd Annual OYA Masquerade/Holistic Health & Gem Weekend! It will be held at Bronze Kingdom – located at 6464 International Dr – in Orlando, Florida from October 30th to November 1st. For tickets and additional information visit eventbrite.

Kachi Grey Prays For Healing In Nigeria (@iamkachigrey)

As Nigerians continue to battle police brutality, several of the nations artists and public figures are adding their voices to what has now become an international cry for peace and justice. Among them is gospel singer / songwriter Kachi Grey, whose latest single is literally titled “Heal Our Land.”

The song’s official video was released a few days ago, and in it Grey and his team highlight the activities of The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars), as well as the effects of the corona virus pandemic. Click here or on the image above to watch it and remember to like, comment and share.

Stephen Marley, Bounty Killer, Patoranking & Others Confirmed For Digicel’s ‘One Love Together Concert’

Tomorrow – Friday, October 23rd – Digicel will kick off day one of their two-day virtual festival, ‘One Love Together.’ The event will feature performances from various artists located in the Caribbean, Africa, Asia Pacific and other parts of the world. Some of the confirmed performers include: Stephen Marley, Bounty Killer, Patoranking, Beenie Man, Patrice Roberts, and that is just to name a few.

The event will kick off at 8:00 PM EST and it will stream in HD via the D’Music App, as well on Digicel’s Facebook page.

Rhoda Isabella Confirmed For The ‘Above Religiosity’ Virtual Concert This Sunday!

On Sunday, October 25th, Dr. Phill Entertainment – a holistic event management and production company – will host a virtual reggae concert, called ‘Above Religiosity.’ Some of the confirmed performers includes: Marsha J, Demario Henry, Prince Hall, Unity Singers, Live Wyya Band and Rhoda Isabella.

This is a pay-per-view event that is schedule to begin at 3:45 PM (Jamaica time), and will stream via Dr. Phill Entertainment’s facebook page. 

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS