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JPS says it working to restore power in over 100 communities

With Jamaicans increasingly growing frustrated with the lack of power in some sections of the island the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPSCo) on Sunday (July 7) sought to reassure customers that it was working to restore electricity.

JPSCo in a post on X shared a list of over 100 communities within ten parishes that it would be carrying out electricity restoration exercises.

Noticeably absent from the list was the parish of St Elizabeth, which suffered major damages following the passage of hurricane Beryl.

“Working Working Working! 📍Our teams are outside and committed to restoring your power,” said JPSCo on X.

“Here’s a list of locations you’ll see our crews working today. If your community is not listed, not to worry, wi cominggg,” the company added.

Following the all clear given by the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) following the passage of hurricane Beryl on July 4, sections of the island have remained without electricity, much to the dismay of residents who have become increasingly vocal about the inconvenience caused.

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