The Nurses’ Association of Jamaica, NAJ, is expressing satisfaction in the level of preparedness at public health facilities to manage the novel coronavirus, should it reach Jamaica.

President of the NAJ, Carmen Johnson, says there’s been improvements in surveillance at medical facilities and there are adequate areas to isolate persons suspected to be infected with the deadly virus.

But she says all potential gaps must be explored.

She also notes that misinformation about the illness is being circulated.

Carmen Johnson, President of the Nurses’ Association of Jamaica, speaking earlier on Cliff Hughes Online.