UIC rejects Govít COVID policy - Leader demands more choices for JamaicansOct 12th, 2021 | Category: News & Features | 8:57
#JamaicaGleaner #UIC #Politics #JosephPatterson #COVID #Vaccine OCTOBER 12, 2021: Joseph Patterson, the leader of Jamaicaís third registered political party, the United Independentsí Congress, has categorially rejected the governmentís current COVID-19 policy. Patterson, who was arrested last month at a pro-choice protest in downtown Kingston for breeching the Disaster Risk Management Act (DRMA), outlined that his partyís position is based on protecting an individualís choice and promoting public education.
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UIC rejects Govít COVID policy - Leader demands more choices for Jamaicans