A Vice President of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association, Dr. Mindi Fitz-Henley, is expressing concern about the availability of crucial supplies in some facilities as doctors are treating with cases of the Coronavirus.

Dr. Fitz-Henley says she’s proud of how Doctors who are on the frontline of the Coronavirus fight are responding to the challenge.

The JMDA Vice President says in some facilities there’s enough stock but in others there’s a shortage.

Dr. Mindi Fitz-Henley, Second Vice President of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association.

Meantime, Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Jacqueline Bisasor McKenzie says the Ministry will be moving to ensure that supplies are sent to all facilities which have shortages.

Dr. Jacqueline Bisasor McKenzie, Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health.