Sunlight and Humidity Kills Coronavirus The Fastest

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 24, 2020

William Bryan, who is the science and technology adviser to the Department of Homeland Security, told reporters at the White House on Thursday that government scientists found ultraviolet rays had a potent impact on the pathogen. “The virus dies quickest in the presence of direct sunlight,” Bryan said. Sunlight on the coronavirus “Our most striking…

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Japan’s Sex Workers Offered COVID-19 Stimulus Money But Said It Is Not Enough

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 23, 2020

According to CNN, Japanese officials reversed course, after being criticized, announcing several days later that the proposed stimulus plan would include women working legally in the sex industry. Under the drafted guidelines, sex work agencies and employers could receive subsidies for those who have to stay home to care for children during school closures. Sex workers…

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Rapper Drake’s Mansion Featured In Architectural Digest May Edition.

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 10, 2020

 Architectural Digest Magazine  Inside Rapper Drake’s Manor House in Hometown Toronto Superstar Drake goes home to Toronto to build his eye-popping pleasure dome                            See the full article: Architectural Digest Magazine      By Mayer Rus Photography by Jason Schmidt Styled by Colin King April 8, 2020        Spread the…

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Ventilators Destined For Barbados Allegedly Seized By The United States

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 6, 2020

Twenty ventilators that were sent to Barbados by an unnamed philanthropist were allegedly seized without explanation by the United States, Barbadian Health Minister Lt.-Col. Jeffrey Bostic said. According to Barbados Today,during a press conference at Ilaro Court, Bostic it was revealed that the ventilators donated to the Barbados Government as an act of philanthropy were barred…

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COVID & CORONA: Twins Born In India Named After The Deadly Virus

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 4, 2020

TMZ published the story of the twins born the India who was named after the deadly virus. Accoring to TMZ, The twins were born March 27th at the Ambedkar Memorial Hospital in Raipur, India. The mother told a newspaper in India that she had difficulty during the delivery so she and her husband wanted to make…

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Senator Wetangu’la: No COVID-19 Test In Africa. We Aren’t Guinea Pigs

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 4, 2020

According to TUKO, In a strongly-worded statement shared on his Twitter handle, the FORD Kenya party leader called on African leaders to reject any attempt to use African people as “Guinea pigs”. The proposal has irked many people on the continent with majority of Kenyans trooping to social media sites to slam European nations and scientists for…

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French Doctors Said COVID-19 Treatment To Be First Tested In Africa

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 3, 2020

According to Business Insider, on April 2, 2020 Two highly respected French doctors discussed on live television how a new COVID-19 vaccine under development should be first tested in Africa, “where there are no masks, no treatment, nor intensive care.” The two French doctors Jean Paul Mira and Camille Locht, in a segment broadcast on the French TV…

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Testing Kits Found To Be Contaminated With The COVID-19 Coronavirus

By Jamaica Live Medias / April 1, 2020

The Unanimous argument amongst world leaders are the massive testing is the answer to our prayers. Professor Anthony Costello, who now works at University College London, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, partly, “We must go to mass testing and when we remove the lockdown… then we will have a control mechanism which will enable us…

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One Billion Coronavirus Vaccine Coming. Human Testing Begins September 2020

By Jamaica Live Medias / March 30, 2020

American multinational corporation Johnson & Johnson reported that it has 1 billion #Coronavirus vaccine on the way. The vaccine has been in development since January and testing will begins in September. According to BGR, Johnson & Johnson, after partnering with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), has committed more than $1 billion of investment to…

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Moneygram Fees Hike Amid COVID-19

By Jamaica Live Medias / March 29, 2020

The popular Worldwide money transfer company Moneygram, have decided to increase it’s transfer fees amid the COVID-19 crisis. Up until March 16th all moneygram fees were $4.99 cents. This is inline with Western Union transfer cost. Moneygram have been our choice of transferring money to Jamaica since it has a better exchange rate than it’s…

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British colonial police massacred construction workers at the Frome sugar factory in Jamaica.

On 3 May 1938, British colonial police massacred construction workers striking for a pay increase at the Frome sugar factory in Jamaica. Three were killed by gunshot, one by bayonet and at least 25 were injured. They also arrested 109 workers and charged them with “riotous assembly”, sentencing many to up to one year’s imprisonment.…
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3,000 people party in the UK without mask sponsored by government

Around 3,000 people in the UK City of Liverpool, dance, drink and listened to music and party without mask or social distancing. The Event is one in the series of pilot sponsored event by the UK government to see if they can ease the lockdown without sparking new outbreaks. The Event which was held on…
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Jamaican Fraser Mcconnell wins the Rallyx Nordic in Denmark

Congratulations to Jamaican Fraser Mcconnell who defeated three-time FIA World Rallycross Champion Johan Kristoffersson. Fraser has made history by claiming his first supercar win in the 2021 season of the Rallyx Nordic in Denmark yesterday. Jamaica To The World RallyX Nordic: Fraser McConnell got the better of three-time FIA World Rallycross Champion Johan Kristoffersson for…
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Artifacts stolen from Nigeria by the British to be returned by Germany

Thousands of plaques and sculptures were looted from the ancient Kingdom of Benin — now southern Nigeria, not the modern nation of Benin — by British soldiers in an 1897 raid, and were ultimately acquired by museums largely in Europe and the United States. NPR. This has long been seen has colonial injustice. Some of these…
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B/C Jenner: Biological Boys should not compete in girls sport

Caitlyn Jenner who is running for governor of California was asked by a TMZ reporter if Transgender boys should compete in girls sports. Caitlyn answer was clear and concise. Jenner said, it is a question of fairness; that is why I pose, biological boys who are Trans, competing in girls sport in school just isn’t…
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Jodie Turner-Smith Rising Star With Jamaican Heritage

Jodie Turner-Smith is the latest rising star on our television screen. In her latest role she plays the character Lt. Commander Karen Greer, the niece of James Greer — Jack Ryan and John Kelly’s (better known as John Clark) frequent ally — and a decorated Navy SEAL and Clark’s former team member. In the action…
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