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Jamaika, Antigua ve Barbuda, Bahamalar, Dominika ve Trinidad ve Tobago dahil olmak üzere birçok Karayip bölgesi, Çin’e ve Çin’den seyahat yasakları getirdi.
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The second emergency briefing, in which Jamaica’s travel ban to and from China was announced, came the very next day and was live-streamed on the minister’s Facebook page.

Other regional politicians — including Grenada’s prime minister, Keith Mitchell — sought to quell misinformation and attempts to spread fear on social media. In an Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Mitchell noted that people spreading such rumours “are playing on the emotions of a population”.

Some Jamaican media houses sought out nationals living in China to find out what the experience has been like for them:

In a February 7 statement, Jamaica’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained that because of logistical and financial obstacles, the Jamaican government was unable to repatriate Jamaicans currently living in Wuhan. According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, there are currently an estimated 600 Jamaicans living in 23 provinces across China, many of them students.

Should COVID-19 continue to spread despite China’s serious efforts at containment, it is possible that more bans and tighter measures will be implemented across the region. What this would mean in terms of economic implications or Caribbean/China relations remains to be seen.

Check out Global Voices’ special coverage of the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus.

Kaynak https://globalvoices.org/2020/02/12/a-rash-of-travel-bans-as-the-caribbean-gets-serious-about-coronavirus/

Jamaika, Antigua ve Barbuda, Bahamalar, Dominika ve Trinidad ve Tobago dahil olmak üzere birçok Karayip bölgesi, Çin’e ve Çin’den seyahat yasakları getirdi.
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cv-800×480-1

The second emergency briefing, in which Jamaica’s travel ban to and from China was announced, came the very next day and was live-streamed on the minister’s Facebook page.

Other regional politicians — including Grenada’s prime minister, Keith Mitchell — sought to quell misinformation and attempts to spread fear on social media. In an Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Mitchell noted that people spreading such rumours “are playing on the emotions of a population”.

Some Jamaican media houses sought out nationals living in China to find out what the experience has been like for them:

In a February 7 statement, Jamaica’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained that because of logistical and financial obstacles, the Jamaican government was unable to repatriate Jamaicans currently living in Wuhan. According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, there are currently an estimated 600 Jamaicans living in 23 provinces across China, many of them students.

Should COVID-19 continue to spread despite China’s serious efforts at containment, it is possible that more bans and tighter measures will be implemented across the region. What this would mean in terms of economic implications or Caribbean/China relations remains to be seen.

Check out Global Voices’ special coverage of the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus.

Kaynak https://globalvoices.org/2020/02/12/a-rash-of-travel-bans-as-the-caribbean-gets-serious-about-coronavirus/

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