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Health official says pride in a clean Jamaica should be instilled from early

Monday, June 18, 2018

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Students of Richmond Primary School show off their dancing skills at an exposition hosted by public health inspectors in Mandeville last week. Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority, Wayne Chen applauded the performance, noting that just as children are taught to sing and dance, they should be taught to keep their environment clean. (Photo: Carl Levy)

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