Kingston, Jamaica.15 January 2019. Dr. Dayton Campbell, Member of Parliament and Opposition Spokesman on Health, visited the Embassy of Cuba in Jamaica today, where he was received by Ambassador Inés Fors Fernández.
Dr. Campbell and Ambassador Fors talked about the epidemiological situation in Jamaica –which currently suffers an outbreak of dengue hemorrhagic fever– and the collaboration provided by Cuban specialists in health matters.
Kingston, Jamaica, 11 January 2019. The State Mission of Cuba in Jamaica took a firm step towards the Constitutional Referendum that will be held here next month, with the Official Ceremony of presentation, swearing in and inauguration of the five members of the Special Electoral Constituency Commission (SECC) who will be in charge of the organization, coordination and supervision of the voting process in Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamaica, 11 January 2019. A score of members of the State Mission of Cuba in Jamaica (health and education collaborators, and employees of the Cuban Embassy in Kingston) donated blood this Friday in Kingston. They acted swiftly, in response to a call made by Dr. Dayton Campbell –the opposition spokesman on Health– and endorsed by Dr. Jacqueline Bisasor McKenzie –Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health– for a national blood drive to assist persons who develop complications from contracting dengue hemorrhagic fever.