Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that there will be mandatory COVID screening for all passengers arriving in Jamaica this month.
The prime minister said nationals assessed at low-risk will be ordered to stay at home for 14 days, but not quarantined.
The Prime Minister has announced that business travellers who are spending 14 days or fewer in Jamaica will be tested.
According to the Prime Minister, tourists, registered on the Visit Jamaica platform who are staying at a hotel or resort, may be tested based on the findings during screening.
Prime Minister Andrew has announced the following countries as a being in a travel bubble.