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Curfew extended in Central Village, St Catherine

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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ST CATHERINE, Jamaica — The 48-hour curfew that was imposed in sections of Central Village, St Catherine on Monday, June 24 to Wednesday, June 26, has been extended. The curfew will now remain in effect until Friday, June 28.

The boundaries of the curfew are as follows:

  • Along an imaginary line in the vicinity of the Jamaica Defence Force Range from the western border to the Windsor Heights open field on the eastern border.

  • Along an imaginary line running parallel to the east bound lane of the Mandela Highway from ASHTROM on the western border to the National Water Commission pump house on the eastern border.

  • Along an imaginary line from the northern border vicinity Windsor Heights open field to the National Water Commission pump house vicinity the southern border which runs along the east bound section of the Mandela Highway.

  • Along an imaginary line travelling from Windsor Heights running parallel to the Jamaica Defence Force Range to ASHTROM vicinity the Mandela Highway.

During the hours of the curfew, all persons within the boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless authorised in writing by the ground commander.

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