Thursday 4 June, 2020

WATCH: J’can cops musically support global COVID-19 song of hope

A screengrab from a recording of three Jamaican police officers in support of a global campaign around a song of hope in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

A screengrab from a recording of three Jamaican police officers in support of a global campaign around a song of hope in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Some members of the Jamaican Constabulary Force (JCF) have added their voices to a social media campaign to spread hope amid spiralling fears in relation to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

With health experts reporting that there have been approximately 707,684 confirmed cases of the virus worldwide, and over 30,000 deaths, there is still encouraging news that more than 100,000 persons who contracted the disease have recovered.

And it is this hope that all is not lost that members of the JCF, who are braving life, limb and health to ensure that order is maintained across the country, have sought to make public.

A three-minute video shows three members of the JCF joining in the global movement singing 'God is got the whole world in his hands’ to Jamaicans and the world following a request for support on the social media page from the organisation that started the campaign.

Watch the video below, including the ‘Jamaican security support’.

 

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