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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Maroon chief rejects PM's claims | COVID hits GG's office | No more lockdowns

Jan 10th, 2022 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 1:57
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#JamaicaGleaner DECEMBER 28, 2021: Colonel of the Accompong Maroons in St Elizabeth Chief Richard Currie has rejected the Prime Minister’s insistence that his group has no claim to sovereignty…The Office of the Governor-General advised that it was closed to the public as a number of persons have tested positive for COVID-19…Meanwhile, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has ruled out lockdowns to contain the spread even as the Medical Association of Jamaica labels the move as misguided…The resumption of the Clansman-One Don Gang trial was today rescheduled to January 24…IN SPORTS: Novak Djokovic says he is focused on playing in the Australian open next week after winning a court battle that overturned his visa cancellation.

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