As a member of PSOJ, Panmedia invites you to donate to the organization's COVID-19 Jamaica Response Fund. The Fund is to buy medical supplies, help  needy citizens and mitigate threats from the pandemic. 

JA$ wire transfers –  NCB  (#061052429)  

US$ wire transfers – JMMB (#006000181484).

PSOJ is being supported in this effort by the Council of Voluntary Services, the JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation, Sagicor Foundation Jamaica and the American Friends of Jamaica.


Business Events Postponed or Online

All business events that we are aware of are postponed or cancelled because of the pandemic that has swept the world and Jamaica. Some will be held online. For now, we will only post critical information related to Jamaica's recovery. 

We are helping the PSOJ with its communications efforts in business recovery and fundraising and will focus our attention there to avoid duplication of information. Blessings, and stay safe.



Operators of gyms across the island are being warned to conform to the country’s public gathering protocol, which allows for no more than 10 persons to be in their facilities.

They are also being urged to ensure that they are observing the other measures, such as social distancing, regular washing of hands and sanitising, which are all aimed at controlling the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Read more here:


PSJ Advisory: Medication Safety and Best Practices

The executive and membership of The Pharmaceutical Society of Jamaica (PSJ) join with The Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW) and other Health Professional Organizations in asking for all citizens to take precautions given by the reputable authorities. The Government and Ministry of Health and Wellness are giving regular updates to assist in protecting you.

Information is also available from The World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other national associations. As stated in the publication of the International Pharmacy Association, Coronavirus infections can be prevented and an outbreak can be stopped through the active engagement of decision-makers, healthcare professionals, the media and the community, as demonstrated in previous coronavirus outbreaks such as in 2003 with SARS-CoV (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus) or in 2012 with MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus).

Read full advisory below.



Bill Express Online: Stay Safe, Stay Connected...

The management of Bill Express wishes to remind you to keep doing your part in taking all the necessary precautions in limiting the spread of COVID-19.

In addition to the constant and thorough handwashing, sanitizing methods and social distancing measures, we encourage you, your friends and families to stay home as much as possible to limit your exposure.

We take this opportunity to assure you that for us at Bill Express; it is business as usual. We are working around the clock to make sure that the Bill Express Online platform is operating at maximum efficiency, to ensure that the payments of your critical utilities are resolved within the hour and at no additional cost to you.

As more Jamaicans begin to work from home, we must bear in mind how dependent we will all become on the maintenance of our private and domestic utilities.

We can help you meet your obligations with these two helpful features:

Automated payment reminder
Simultaneous payment feature
Both are already built into our system and are free for you to use.

As always, our dedicated customer care teams are standing by to assist you with any bill payment queries you may have.

Call us at 888-555-5555 between the hours of 8 am – 7 pm; we are here to help.

Keep safe as we work together as a united people to overcome this test of the human spirit.

Bill Express. Depend on us!


PSOJ: COVID-19 Update

As a result of COVID-19, we are confronting some challenging times ahead. We recognise that businesses are now required to adopt new ways of working. Consequently, there may be some confusion around the implementation of various directives and guidelines.

A key issue is, what is meant by “work at home for non-essential services.” Please watch the attached video which we hope will provide some clarification:


Design Collaborative: Our Response to COVID-19

Design Collaborative is hereby advising that our work-from-home initiative will continue for another fourteen (14) days and will continuously provide updates during this period. This decision was made in the best interest and safety of our clients and staff.

Read full advisory below: