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Lead by example: only Laborites fully vaxxed for the JLP conference on Sunday


The ruling Jamaican Labor Party (JLP) will hold its annual conference on Sunday, November 28, in 10 different locations across its four regional councils, in strict compliance with COVID-19 protocols.

In fact, only a maximum of 50 vaccinated delegates will be allowed to participate in the “interactive digital” conference at each of the 10 sites.

“All participants should be fully immunized and each regional council will work with the local health authority to verify the immunization status of everyone attending our conference.

“All relevant agencies have been engaged to ensure that the appropriate protocols are in place and adhered to, in accordance with the DRMA [Disaster Risk Management Act] regulation, ”announced Desmond McKenzie, chairman of the conference, during a press briefing in Trelawny on Thursday.

The main venue of the conference will be at the National Arena in the corporate area. The facility will be one of the first regional council’s four sites.

JLP leader Andrew Holness and party leaders will make their presentations from the National Arena.

The Denham Town Community Center in West Kingston, Stony Hill Heart Academy in St Andrew West Rural and Papine High School in St Andrew East Rural are other locations in the First Regional Council.

The two regional council locations will be Eltham High in Spanish Town, St Catherine and Port Antonio High in Portland.

At Regional Council Three, the conference venues will be the Denbigh Showground in Clarendon and Ocho Rios High in St Ann.

At Regional Council Four, the conference will be broadcast from the Luana Bennett Banquet Hall in St Elizabeth, the Boardwalk Business Center in Negril and the Montego Bay Community College in St James.

The conference will start at 11:00 a.m. and continue until 3:00 p.m. Delegates are kindly requested to be in their seats by 10 a.m.

McKenzie said this year’s conference will bring a message of hope to the Jamaican people.

“We will use our conference to show the country the steps we are taking and the steps that are being taken to rebuild after the COVID-19 onslaught,” McKenzie said.

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