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CEO Health and Safety: Standing In The Fight Against Covid-19

In light of the recent global pandemic CEO Health and Safety Consultants has taken the initiative to embark on several projects in collaboration with the Ministry of Health facilities, and the regional health authorities to conduct N-95 mask fitting exercises to help prepare our health care workers in the fight against COVID-19. Since the first confirmed case in Jamaica in March to date, we have conducted almost 3000 respirator fit tests in various areas of the health sector for the island’s doctors, nurses, porters, ambulance drivers, and other healthcare workers. We are committed to playing our part in the effort to reduce and control the spread of the virus throughout the island and we will diligently continue to assist wherever and however we can to ensure the safety and health of our fellow citizens.



Ministry of Health and Wellness

Covid-19 News and Details

COVID-19 otherwise known as the Coronavirus is an illness that can affect your lungs and airways. Covid-19 presents with mild respiratory symptoms however, some people may experience more severe symptoms which may lead to pneumonia or breathing difficulties. The virus can spread from person to person through:

    • close contact with an infectious person
    • contact with droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze
    • touching objects or surfaces that have a cough or sneeze droplets from an infected person and then touching your mouth or face.


Covid-19 update as of  April 16, 2021

Number of cases for April 15,2021                                     233
Total Number of Cases recorded to date 43,473
Male 19,138
Female 24,332
Number of Active Cases in Jamaica 22,978
Recovered Cases in Jamaica 19,472
Deaths in Jamaica 713
Persons in Home Quarantine 30,760
Persons in Facility Quarantine 1
Number of confirmed cases globally 140,216,387
Number of deaths globally 3,005,636

With the rapid increase of Covid-19 cases, Jamaicans are asked to consistently observe all prevention and control measures to guard against the spread of Covid-19. The Country has now entered the transmission phase of the pandemic. Some measures that should be practiced consistently include maintaining the prescribed six-feet physical distance; wearing masks properly and visitors and returning residents should also comply with the quarantine orders set in place.

Facts to note when wearing a mask

    • Appropriate use and disposal of masks are essential to ensure they are effective in order to avoid any increase in the risk of transmission associated with the incorrect use and disposal of masks.
    • Ensure the mask is securely sealed over the nose and mouth.
    • Replace masks with a new clean, dry mask as soon as they become damp/humid.
    • Do not re-use single-use masks.
    • Discard single-use masks after each use and dispose of them immediately upon removal.