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Corporate Hands | US Embassy, CDC support correctional services COVID-19 fight

Published:Thursday | July 1, 2021 | 12:07 AM
From left: Dr Donna-Michelle Royer Powe, director of medical services, Department of Correctional Services (DCS); Lt Col (Retired) Gary Rowe – commissioner of corrections; Shauna Trowers, chief technical director, Ministry of National Security; Senator M
From left: Dr Donna-Michelle Royer Powe, director of medical services, Department of Correctional Services (DCS); Lt Col (Retired) Gary Rowe – commissioner of corrections; Shauna Trowers, chief technical director, Ministry of National Security; Senator Matthew Samuda, Ministry of National Security; John McIntyre, chargé d’affaires, US Embassy; Dr Varough Deyde, acting deputy chief of mission, US Embassy; John Celestine, coordinator, international narcotics and law enforcement affairs, US Embassy; Bernell Kerr – financial specialist, US Embassy; Tomaisha Hendricks – cooperative agreement manager, US Embassy, following a handover of COVID-19 supplies to the DCS. The items, valued at $J4.5 million, were officially handed over by McIntyre to Samuda. The handover took place on Tuesday at the DCS.