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J’Can Medical Student Stranded in Malaysia, Due to COVID-19 Travel Restrictions, Issues ‘Come Get Me’ Plea

A Medical Student currently enrolled in a University in China who is currently stranded in Malaysia is pleading for assistance to return home to Jamaica. Twenty two year old, Ramone Williamson is a medical student at the Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Medicine in China. He’s also graduate of the …

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J’can studying in China stranded in Malaysia, seeks help to get home

A Jamaican student enrolled at the University of China, but stranded in Malaysia due to a travel ban to China caused by the coronavirus outbreak, is appealing for financial assistance to return home to Jamaica. Ramone Williamson, a graduate of the University of Technology (UTech) in Jamaica and a young …

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Gay J’can gets asylum in Europe | News

A 26-year-old man who claimed that he was beaten, buried and left for dead in a shallow grave in downtown Kingston last October has been given asylum in Europe. “He got assistance from J-FLAG (Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays) and Rainbow Railroad, and he is really happy because …

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Second J’can isolated after symptoms progress amid Coronavirus concern | News

A  patient who was being quarantined after returning home from China is now showing a “progression of symptoms”. The patient has now been isolated at a medical facility. This is the second patient to be isolated. Dr Jacquiline Bisasor McKenzie, chief medical officer, is reporting that the patient has been tested and that the …

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14 In Every 1,000 J’can Children Have An Intellectual Disability

At least 14 in every 1,000 children in Jamaica have been diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability, ID. That’s according to a study conducted by the Inter-American Development Bank, IDB. State Minister of Labour and Social Security, Zavia Mayne, notes recent intervention by the IDB for children with intellectual disabilities locally …

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