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Airlines Updates

Published on 20.08.2020
Caribbean Airlines resumes St. Maarten service from mid-August 2020

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Jamaica
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Jamaica if they are not holding a Travel Authorisation. The authorisation must be obtained here for residents and here for non-residents, prior to travelling to Jamaica.
  • This does not apply to nationals of Jamaica.
  • Passengers aged 12 years and older who are residents of Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama or the United States, and who are travelling from any of these countries, are required to hold a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test certificate from an accredited medical laboratory obtained within 10 days prior to departure to Jamaica.
  • Passengers may be subject to a Covid-19 PCR test on arrival in Jamaica if assessed as high risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms and may be required to quarantine as determined by Jamaican health authorities.
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Flight Restrictions

published 16.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers not residing in Jamaica must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at visitjamaica.com

Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

All travellers arriving in Jamaica will be subject to the following quarantine requirements:
Category 1: Residents – Jamaican nationals and non-nationals ordinarily resident in Jamaica may be subject to testing if assessed as high-risk. Whether or not you are required to be tested, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will have to complete your quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at approved “resilient corridor” accommodation. The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. based on health screening and risk assessment on arrival, you may still be required to be tested at the airport or designated facility. In this case, you would await your test result in your hotel room. If the test is negative, you would remain at your hotel/resort within the “resilient corridor” and restricted to property under the “Stay in Resilient Corridor” measure. If the test is positive, you would be isolated either at the hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities. Details of ‘resilient corridor’ accommodation can be found on the Visit Jamaica website.

Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for business purposes. Effective August 20, 2020, all residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Mexico travelling to Jamaica for business purposes are required to upload a COVID-19 RT-PCR test in order to obtain a Travel Authorization. The test should be conducted within 10 days of the intended travel date. This traveller category does NOT include other non-residents or residents travelling to attend funerals, weddings, other family gatherings or conduct personal interest activities. Business travellers will also be tested on arrival at the airport in Jamaica. They will await their test results under a “Quarantine for Business Traveller” measure at their hotel/intended address. If the test is negative, they would be released from quarantine and be under a “Stay at Intended Address for Business Travellers” measure for a period of 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica or for the duration of their stay if shorter than 14 days. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at their hotel/intended address or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

Category 4: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for other purposes including tourists not staying within the “resilient corridor” The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. Persons who are not required to pre-test may be required to be tested at the airport or other designated facility, if assessed by the health authorities as high-risk. They will then await their test results under quarantine at their hotel/intended address. Whether or not you need to be tested or not, you will be need to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All visitors from the USA, Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic who are 12 years of age or over, will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result, no more than ten days before arrival to Jamaica. All travellers arriving in Jamaica may be tested for Covid-19 if assessed as high-risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms, exposure to persons who have tested positive, belonging to a high-risk group or other risk factors. Travellers will be screened for symptoms at the airport.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2017)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited for
more than 12 hours through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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Full Restrictions

  • Jamaica Latest News: Government extends curfew until 7 October to curb spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 22.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Jamaica: From 1 July, the following measures will apply to travellers to Jamaica:
    • Prior to checking in for a flight to Jamaica, you must get authorisation to enter from the Visit Jamaica website.
    • Residents and people visiting family or friends need to secure authorisation from the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
    • From 20 August, all visitors from the USA, Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic who are 12 years of age or over, will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result, no more than ten days before arrival to Jamaica. Approval for travel will be subject to the upload of the test result.

    *Testing and Screening on arrival: All travellers arriving in Jamaica may be tested for Covid-19 if assessed as high-risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms, exposure to persons who have tested positive, belonging to a high-risk group or other risk factors. Travellers will be screened for symptoms at the airport.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers arriving in Jamaica will be subject to the following quarantine requirements: Category 1: Residents – Jamaican nationals and non-nationals (including British Citizens) ordinarily resident in Jamaica:
    • Jamaican nationals and non-nationals ordinarily resident in Jamaica may be subject to testing if assessed as high-risk.
    • Whether or not you are required to be tested, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica.
    • If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will have to complete your quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica.
    • If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at approved “resilient corridor” accommodation:
    • The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities.
    • based on health screening and risk assessment on arrival, you may still be required to be tested at the airport or designated facility. In this case, you would await your test result in your hotel room.
    • If the test is negative, you would remain at your hotel/resort within the “resilient corridor” and restricted to property under the “Stay in Resilient Corridor” measure.
    • If the test is positive, you would be isolated either at the hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities. Details of ‘resilient corridor’ accommodation can be found on the Visit Jamaica website.
    Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for business purposes:
    • Effective August 20, 2020, all residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Panama and Mexico travelling to Jamaica for business purposes are required to upload a COVID-19 RT-PCR test in order to obtain a Travel Authorization. The test should be conducted within 10 days of the intended travel date
    • This traveller category does NOT include other non-residents or residents travelling to attend funerals, weddings, other family gatherings or conduct personal interest activities.
    • Business travellers will also be tested on arrival at the airport in Jamaica. They will await their test results under a “Quarantine for Business Traveller” measure at their hotel/intended address. If the test is negative, they would be released from quarantine and be under a “Stay at Intended Address for Business Travellers” measure for a period of 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica or for the duration of their stay if shorter than 14 days. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at their hotel/intended address or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 4: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for other purposes including tourists not staying within the “resilient corridor”:
    • The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. Persons who are not required to pre-test may be required to be tested at the airport or other designated facility, if assessed by the health authorities as high-risk. They will then await their test results under quarantine at their hotel/intended address.
    • Whether or not you need to be tested or not, you will be need to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Jamaica: Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 65 must self-isolate at home.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and Private Rentals are reopening in Jamaica, subject to the Government of Jamaica guidance above. Travellers are advised to confirm arrangements before travelling.
    *Public places and services: There are a range of local measures to limit the spread of the virus: There is an island wide curfew from 9pm to 5am; gatherings of more than 15 people in any public place are not permitted; it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of six feet, persons over 65 are confined to home, 17 beaches and 19 rivers have been closed across the island; weddings and funerals have been banned, and burials with no service limited to a total of 15 people. The main business district, the Corporate Area of Kingston, will be restricted for the purposes of essential activity and residents should only venture out for such purposes; market hours are 6am to 7pm Monday-Saturday, with markets closed on Sundays; zoos will be open from 10am to 4pm. Parks 10am to 8pm; amusement arcades and parks 10am to 6pm; bars 8am to 7pm; restaurants 8am to 7pm; water parks 10am to 6pm; most beaches and rivers will be open from 6am to 6pm. No more than 10 persons at any time shall gather in any one area of the beach.

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    22.10.2020
  • Jamaica Latest News: Government extends curfew until 7 October to curb spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 22.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Jamaica: From 1 July, the following measures will apply to travellers to Jamaica:
    • Prior to checking in for a flight to Jamaica, you must get authorisation to enter from the Visit Jamaica website.
    • Residents and people visiting family or friends need to secure authorisation from the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
    • From 20 August, all visitors from the USA, Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic who are 12 years of age or over, will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result, no more than ten days before arrival to Jamaica. Approval for travel will be subject to the upload of the test result.

    *Testing and Screening on arrival: All travellers arriving in Jamaica may be tested for Covid-19 if assessed as high-risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms, exposure to persons who have tested positive, belonging to a high-risk group or other risk factors. Travellers will be screened for symptoms at the airport.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers arriving in Jamaica will be subject to the following quarantine requirements: Category 1: Residents – Jamaican nationals and non-nationals (including British Citizens) ordinarily resident in Jamaica:
    • Jamaican nationals and non-nationals ordinarily resident in Jamaica may be subject to testing if assessed as high-risk.
    • Whether or not you are required to be tested, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica.
    • If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will have to complete your quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica.
    • If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at approved “resilient corridor” accommodation:
    • The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities.
    • based on health screening and risk assessment on arrival, you may still be required to be tested at the airport or designated facility. In this case, you would await your test result in your hotel room.
    • If the test is negative, you would remain at your hotel/resort within the “resilient corridor” and restricted to property under the “Stay in Resilient Corridor” measure.
    • If the test is positive, you would be isolated either at the hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities. Details of ‘resilient corridor’ accommodation can be found on the Visit Jamaica website.
    Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for business purposes:
    • Effective August 20, 2020, all residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Panama and Mexico travelling to Jamaica for business purposes are required to upload a COVID-19 RT-PCR test in order to obtain a Travel Authorization. The test should be conducted within 10 days of the intended travel date
    • This traveller category does NOT include other non-residents or residents travelling to attend funerals, weddings, other family gatherings or conduct personal interest activities.
    • Business travellers will also be tested on arrival at the airport in Jamaica. They will await their test results under a “Quarantine for Business Traveller” measure at their hotel/intended address. If the test is negative, they would be released from quarantine and be under a “Stay at Intended Address for Business Travellers” measure for a period of 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica or for the duration of their stay if shorter than 14 days. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at their hotel/intended address or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 4: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for other purposes including tourists not staying within the “resilient corridor”:
    • The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. Persons who are not required to pre-test may be required to be tested at the airport or other designated facility, if assessed by the health authorities as high-risk. They will then await their test results under quarantine at their hotel/intended address.
    • Whether or not you need to be tested or not, you will be need to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Jamaica: Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 70 must self-isolate at home.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and Private Rentals are reopening in Jamaica, subject to the Government of Jamaica guidance above. Travellers are advised to confirm arrangements before travelling.
    *Public places and services: There are a range of local measures to limit the spread of the virus: There is an island wide curfew from 8pm to 5am; The curfew hours over Heroes’ weekend will be from 3pm on Sunday 18 October to 8am Monday 19 October; Between Tuesday 20 October to Sunday 1 November, an island wide curfew will resume between 9pm to 5am., gatherings of more than 15 people in any public place are not permitted; it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of six feet, persons over 65 are confined to home, 17 beaches and 19 rivers have been closed across the island; weddings and funerals have been banned, and burials with no service limited to a total of 15 people. The main business district, the Corporate Area of Kingston, will be restricted for the purposes of essential activity and residents should only venture out for such purposes; market hours are 6am to 7pm Monday-Saturday, with markets closed on Sundays; zoos will be open from 10am to 4pm. parks 10am to 8pm; amusement arcades and parks 10am to 6pm; bars 8am to 7pm; restaurants 8am to 7pm; water parks 10am to 6pm; most beaches and rivers will be open from 6am to 6pm. No more than 10 persons at any time shall gather in any one area of the beach.

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    15.10.2020
  • Jamaica *****

    International restrictions:

    Prior to checking in for a flight to Jamaica, you must get authorisation to enter from the Visit Jamaica website [https://www.visitjamaica.com/]. Residents and people visiting family or friends need to secure authorisation from the Ministry of Health and Wellness [https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/immigration.html]
    Visitors from high risk places the USA, Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result, no more than seven days old. Approval for travel will be subject to the upload of the test result. All travellers arriving in Jamaica may be tested for Covid-19 if assessed as high-risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms, exposure to persons who have tested positive, belonging to a high-risk group or other risk factors. Travellers will be screened for symptoms at the airport.
    All travellers arriving in Jamaica will be subject to the following quarantine requirements:

    Category 1: Residents – Jamaican nationals and non-nationals ordinarily resident in Jamaica may be subject to testing if assessed as high-risk. Whether or not you are required to be tested, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will have to complete your quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at approved “resilient corridor” accommodation. The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. based on health screening and risk assessment on arrival, you may still be required to be tested at the airport or designated facility. In this case, you would await your test result in your hotel room. If the test is negative, you would remain at your hotel/resort within the “resilient corridor” and restricted to property under the “Stay in Resilient Corridor” measure. If the test is positive, you would be isolated either at the hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities. Details of ‘resilient corridor’ accommodation can be found on the Visit Jamaica website [https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/resilient-corridors/].
    Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for business purposes. Effective August 20, 2020, all residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Mexico travelling to Jamaica for business purposes are required to upload a COVID-19 RT-PCR test in order to obtain a Travel Authorization. The test should be conducted within 10 days of the intended travel date. This traveller category does NOT include other non-residents or residents travelling to attend funerals, weddings, other family gatherings or conduct personal interest activities. Business travellers will also be tested on arrival at the airport in Jamaica. They will await their test results under a “Quarantine for Business Traveller” measure at their hotel/intended address. If the test is negative, they would be released from quarantine and be under a “Stay at Intended Address for Business Travellers” measure for a period of 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica or for the duration of their stay if shorter than 14 days. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at their hotel/intended address or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
    Category 4: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for other purposes including tourists not staying within the “resilient corridor” The pre-testing requirement described above is applicable to persons in this category if they are residents of locations designated as high risk by the Jamaican health authorities. Persons who are not required to pre-test may be required to be tested at the airport or other designated facility, if assessed by the health authorities as high-risk. They will then await their test results under quarantine at their hotel/intended address. Whether or not you need to be tested or not, you will be need to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If you need to be tested and your test is negative, you will be required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from your date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, you will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 70 must self-isolate at home. Hotels and Private Rentals are reopening in Jamaica, subject to Government of Jamaica guidance. There are a range of local measures to limit the spread of the virus: overnight curfews from 9pm to 5am are in place across the islands; St. Catherine, Kingston & St. Andrew, Clarendon and St. Thomas have been placed under separate curfew from 7pm to 5am; localised quarantines are in place in some communities in St Thomas [Sandy Bay, Clarendon; Church Corner, St. Thomas]; gatherings of more than 20 people in any public place are not permitted; it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of six feet; persons over 75 are confined to home; 17 beaches and 19 rivers have been closed across the island. For Kingston and St. Andrew, St. Catherine, Clarendon, St. Thomas: weddings and funerals have been banned, and burials with no service limited to a total of 15 people. The main business district, the Corporate Area of Kingston, will be restricted for the purposes of essential activity and residents should only venture out for such purposes. market hours are 6am to 7pm Monday-Saturday, with markets closed on Sundays; zoos will be open from 10am to 4pm; parks 10am to 8pm; amusement arcades and parks 10am to 6pm; bars 8am to 7pm; restaurants 8am to 7pm; water parks 10am to 6pm; most beaches and rivers will be open from 6am to 6pm. No more than 10 persons at any time shall gather in any one area of the beach. For all other Parishes the following are different: bars 8am to 10pm; restaurants 8am to 10pm.

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    26.08.2020
  • Jamaica *****

    International restrictions:

    The Government of Jamaica reopened borders to international travellers from 15 June. All travelers to Jamaica must apply for a Travel Authorization through the Jamaica Tourist Board [https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/].
    As of July 10, 2020, visitors from locations designated as high-risk by the Jamaican government will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result with the Travel Authorization no more than seven days from the intended date of arrival in Jamaica. Approval for travel to Jamaica will be subject to the upload of the test result. Individuals who arrive in Jamaica who are not staying at hotels will undergo risk assessments and will be required to make an appointment at a testing location and complete a PCR test. They will remain under quarantine orders while they await their test results. Business travelers will be tested on arrival at the airport.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Face coverings: It is mandatory to wear a face covering in public places. National curfew hours: The new daily all-island curfew is from 11:00 P.M until 5:00 A.M. through 31 July 2020. Stay-at-home measures: a stay-at-home order is in effect for individuals over the age of 65 and those with comorbidities, through 14 July 2020.

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    30.07.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica to reopen to international tourists on 15 June (BTN, 10.06.2020) All travelers to Jamaica must apply for Travel Authorization through the Jamaica Tourist Board [https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/]. As of July 10, 2020, visitors from locations designated as high-risk by the Jamaican government will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result with the Travel Authorization no more than seven days from the intended date of arrival in Jamaica. Approval for travel to Jamaica will be subject to the upload of the test result. (OSAC, 02.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to international travellers from 15 June, with airlines expected to publish schedules in response. All travelers to Jamaica must apply for a Travel Authorization through the Jamaica Tourist Board [https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/]. At the present time, all travellers to Jamaica should expect to be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival. Any visitor testing positive for COVID-19 should expect to be isolated for at least fourteen (14) days in a public health facility operated by the Jamaican Ministry of Health and Wellness. As of July 10, 2020, visitors from locations designated as high-risk by the Jamaican government will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result with the Travel Authorization no more than seven days from the intended date of arrival in Jamaica. Approval for travel to Jamaica will be subject to the upload of the test result. Individuals who arrive in Jamaica who are not staying at hotels will undergo risk assessments and will be required to make an appointment at a testing location and complete a PCR test. They will remain under quarantine orders while they await their test results. Business travelers will be tested on arrival at the airport.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Face coverings: It is mandatory to wear a face covering in public places. National curfew hours: The new daily all-island curfew is from 11:00 P.M until 5:00 A.M. through 31 July 2020. Stay-at-home measures: a stay-at-home order is in effect for individuals over the age of 65 and those with comorbidities, through 14 July 2020.

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    02.07.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica to reopen to international tourists on 15 June (BTN, 10.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to international travellers from 15 June, with airlines expected to publish schedules in response.
    Entry restrictions on all travellers from countries of concern are in force. Airline crews will be given special permission to enter the country but are expected to remain in specified locations with restricted movement. All travellers, regardless of whether or not they display any symptom of COVID-19, as per the case definition published by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, will be placed in immediate isolation at a health facility. Those who entered Jamaica from countries of concern on or after 18 March, are required to register with the Ministry of Health and Wellbeing for advice on any quarantine requirements. Countries of concern listed by Jamaica include the UK, Canada, USA, China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Singapore, Spain, France and Germany.

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    Internal restrictions:

    From 15 June, the following measures will apply to travellers to Jamaica: Prior to checking in for a flight to Jamaica, you must get authorisation to enter from the Visit Jamaica website https://www.visitjamaica.com/][ If you are COVID19 symptomatic or test positive upon arrival in Jamaica, you can expect to be confined at an appropriate location, including a Government facility. If you’re a British citizen who is resident in Jamaica, you and your family will be required to observe self-isolation for 14 days at your designated home. Visitors can be expect to be tested for COVID19 upon arrival and spend their time in Jamaica only within the COVID Resilient Zone along the northern coastline resort areas. For those with private arrangements, will also be tested for COVID19 upon arrival. If negative, quarantine at intended address will be applicable for 14 days.
    Business travellers can expect to be tested for COVID19 upon arrival and await the result at a designated hotel or other place. You can conduct yourbusiness if the results are negative, observing local protocols.
    There are a range of local measures to limit the spread of the virus:

    overnight curfews are in place
    gatherings of more than 10 people in any one place are not permitted
    it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of 6 feet
    Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 70 must self-isolate at home.

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    28.06.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica to reopen to international tourists on 15 June (BTN, 10.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
    2. Passengers must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://www.visitjamaica.com/ .
    – This does not apply to residents of Jamaica.
    3. Residents of Jamaica must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/immigration.html

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    International restrictions:

    The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to certain international travellers from 15 June.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Overnight curfews are in place. Gatherings of more than 10 people in any one place are not permitted.
    it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of 2m.
    Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 70 must self-isolate at home.

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    16.06.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica to reopen to international tourists on 15 June (BTN, 10.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are subject to medical screening.
    2. Passengers must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://www.visitjamaica.com/ .
    – This does not apply to residents of Jamaica.
    3. Residents of Jamaica must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/immigration.html .

    *****

    International restrictions:

    The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to certain international travellers from 15 June.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Overnight curfews are in place. Gatherings of more than 10 people in any one place are not permitted.
    it is mandatory to wear masks in public and maintain a minimum personal distance of 2m.
    Anyone with colds, coughs and flu symptoms is required to stay at home. All persons over the age of 70 must self-isolate at home.

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    15.06.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica to reopen to international tourists on 15 June (BTN, 10.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Jamaica.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Jamaica.
    – This does not apply to family members of nationals of Jamaica if traveling together.
    2. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
    Effective 15 June 2020:
    Passengers are subject to medical screening.

    International restrictions:

    All air and sea ports remain closed to incoming passenger traffic until at least 31 May. Re-entry of Jamaican nationals will be permitted. Outgoing and cargo flights continue to operate, but flight availability is likely to be very limited. The Government of Jamaica has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to certain international travellers from 15 June.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. All non-essential businesses, including educational institutions and recreational, tourist and leisure facilities, will be closed until 31 May. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces. Gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited.

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    11.06.2020
  • Jamaica 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Jamaica. – This does not apply to passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica. – This does not applies to nationals of Jamaica. 2. Passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica will be quarantined for 14 days. Effective 15 June 2020: No regulations related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) implemented.

    International restrictions:

    All air and sea ports remain closed to incoming passenger traffic until at least 31 May. Re-entry of Jamaican nationals will be permitted. Outgoing and cargo flights continue to operate, but flight availability is likely to be very limited. The Government of Jamaica has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The Government of Jamaica has announced that borders will be open to certain international travellers from 15 June.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. All non-essential businesses, including educational institutions and recreational, tourist and leisure facilities, will be closed until 31 May. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces. Gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited.

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    09.06.2020
  • Jamaica 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Jamaica.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica.
    – This does not applies to nationals of Jamaica.
    2. Passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica will be quarantined for 14 days.
    Effective 15 June 2020:
    No regulations related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) implemented.

    International restrictions:

    All air and sea ports remain closed to incoming passenger traffic until at least 31 May. Re-entry of Jamaican nationals will be permitted. Outgoing and cargo flights continue to operate, but flight availability is likely to be very limited. The Government of Jamaica has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. All non-essential businesses, including educational institutions and recreational, tourist and leisure facilities, will be closed until 31 May. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces. Gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited.

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    04.06.2020
  • Jamaica

    International restrictions:

    All air and sea ports remain closed to incoming passenger traffic until at least 31 May. Re-entry of Jamaican nationals will be permitted. Outgoing and cargo flights continue to operate, but flight availability is likely to be very limited.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. All non-essential businesses, including educational institutions and recreational, tourist and leisure facilities, will be closed until 31 May. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces. Gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited.

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    18.05.2020
  • Jamaica Jamaica has restricted the entry of all travelers except for those with an authorization issued by the government of Jamaica. All arriving travelers will be quarantined for 14 days.

    International restrictions:

    All air and sea ports remain closed to incoming passenger traffic until at least 31 May. Re-entry of Jamaican nationals will be permitted. Outgoing and cargo flights continue to operate, but flight availability is likely to be very limited. The Government of Jamaica has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. All non-essential businesses, including educational institutions and recreational, tourist and leisure facilities, will be closed until 31 May. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces. Gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited.

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    18.05.2020
  • Jamaica Passengers are not allowed to enter Jamaica. – This does not apply to passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica. 2. Passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica will be quarantined for 14 days. There are no restrictions on outgoing passenger travel.

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide curfew has been extended until 24 May from 20.00 to 05.00, and will adjust for the Labour Day holiday; the holiday curfew will begin 24 May at 15.00 and end at 08.00 on 26 May, then resume at 21.00 and end on 31 May at 05.00. Essential workers are exempt. Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry. It’s mandatory to wear masks when in public spaces.

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    10.05.2020
  • Jamaica 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Jamaica.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica.
    2. Passengers with a Travel Authorization document issued by the government of Jamaica will be quarantined for 14 days.

    There are no restrictions on outgoing passenger travel.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The country is under a nationwide curfew until 13 May from 06.00 to 18.00 (local time). Essential workers are exempt.
    Anyone entering Jamaica must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of entry.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Ministry of Health/
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