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486 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [JUNE 1, 2020

(6) Where the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer (as the case may be) determines pursuant to sub-paragraph (5)—

(a) that the person does not pose a high risk for the transmission of the SARS – CoV–2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer (as the case may be) shall exempt the person from—

(i) the requirement to enter quarantine under sub-paragraph (1); and

(ii) the requirement to be tested under sub-paragraph (2),

but shall require the person to remain at an abode or place of residence (including the yard) for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person was permitted to enter Jamaica; or

(b) that the person poses a high risk for the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the person consents to be monitored by an electronic device, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer (as the case may be) shall require the person to remain in quarantine at an abode or place of residence (including the yard) for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person was permitted to enter Jamaica.

(7) The use of an electronic monitoring device under sub-paragraph (6)(b) shall be solely for the purpose of preventing the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) into the community, and, accordingly—

(a) the electronic monitoring device shall be used only to monitor—

(i) whether the person has left the designated quarantine area; and

(ii) the health status of the person;

(b) the electronic monitoring shall be terminated immediately on the expiration of the quarantine period, as the case may be; and

(c) all information obtained from the electronic monitoring shall be stored in a secure manner for the duration of the quarantine, as the case may be, and shall—

(i) be accessible only by the technical personnel responsible for implementing the monitoring, who may disclose it only to the following individuals—

(A) a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, not below the rank of Inspector, designated by the Commissioner of Police; and

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June 12, 2021


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8 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [JAN. 15, 2021

Electronic monitoring.

(3) A person to whom this paragraph applies and who is permitted to enter Jamaica

(a) shall not be required to be tested for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) for the duration of the person’s stay in Jamaica pursuant to such permission, unless—

(i) the assessment conducted under paragraph 3 determines that the person poses a high risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(ii) the person displays symptoms of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); and

(b) on being permitted to enter Jamaica shall be issued a quarantine order in the form set out as Form B of the First Schedule and, shall be required to remain in quarantine at the person’s intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person enters Jamaica.

(4) A person to whom any of the requirements of this paragraph applies shall comply with—

(a) all applicable directions given, and requirements imposed, by an authorized officer; and

(b) the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12.

8.—(1) A person who is required to remain in quarantine under paragraph 4, 5, 6 or 7 shall be monitored by an electronic device.

(2) The use of an electronic monitoring device under sub-paragraph (1) shall be solely for the purpose of preventing the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) into the community, and, accordingly—

(a) the electronic monitoring device shall be used only to monitor—

(i) whether the person has left the designated quarantine area; and

(ii) the health status of the person;

(b) the electronic monitoring shall be terminated immediately on the expiration of the quarantine period; and

(c) all information obtained from the electronic monitoring shall be stored in a secure manner for the duration of the quarantine, and shall—

(i) be accessible only by the technical personnel responsible for implementing the monitoring, who may disclose it only to the following individuals—

(A) a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, not below the rank of Inspector,

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June 10, 2021


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100 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [FEB. 1, 2021

Electronic monitoring.

(3) A person to whom this paragraph applies and who is permitted to enter Jamaica

(a) shall not be required to be tested for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) for the duration of the person’s stay in Jamaica pursuant to such permission, unless—

(i) the assessment conducted under paragraph 3 determines that the person poses a high risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(ii) the person displays symptoms of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); and

(b) on being permitted to enter Jamaica shall be issued a quarantine order in the form set out as Form B of the First Schedule and, shall be required to remain in quarantine at the person’s intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person enters Jamaica.

(4) A person to whom any of the requirements of this paragraph applies shall comply with—

(a) all applicable directions given, and requirements imposed, by an authorized officer; and

(b) the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12.

8.—(1) A person who is required to remain in quarantine under paragraph 4, 5, 6 or 7 shall be monitored by an electronic device.

(2) The use of an electronic monitoring device under sub-paragraph (1) shall be solely for the purpose of preventing the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) into the community, and, accordingly—

(a) the electronic monitoring device shall be used only to monitor—

(i) whether the person has left the designated quarantine area; and

(ii) the health status of the person;

(b) the electronic monitoring shall be terminated immediately on the expiration of the quarantine period; and

(c) all information obtained from the electronic monitoring shall be stored in a secure manner for the duration of the quarantine, and shall—

(i) be accessible only by the technical personnel responsible for implementing the monitoring, who may disclose it only to the following individuals—

(A) a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, not below the rank of Inspector,

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June 10, 2021


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3594 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [NOV. 1, 2020

Electronic monitoring.

Directions to persons with COVID-19 illness or symptoms.

(4) A person to whom any of the requirements of this paragraph applies shall comply with—

(a) all applicable directions given, and requirements imposed, by an authorized officer; and

(b) the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12.

8.—(1) A person who is required to remain in quarantine under paragraphs 4, 5, 6 or 7 shall be monitored by an electronic device.

(2) The use of an electronic monitoring device under sub-paragraph (1) shall be solely for the purpose of preventing the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) into the community, and, accordingly—

(a) the electronic monitoring device shall be used only to monitor—

(i) whether the person has left the designated quarantine area; and

(ii) the health status of the person;

(b) the electronic monitoring shall be terminated immediately on the expiration of the quarantine period; and

(c) all information obtained from the electronic monitoring shall be stored in a secure manner for the duration of the quarantine, and shall—

(i) be accessible only by the technical personnel responsible for implementing the monitoring, who may disclose it only to the following individuals—

(A) a member of the Jamaica+Constabulary%0AForce">Jamaica Constabulary Force, not below the rank of Inspector, designated by the Commissioner of Police; and

(B) a Medical Officer (Health) and a Medical Officer; and

(ii) be deleted upon the expiration of the quarantine.

9.—(1) A person in Jamaica who develops a respiratory illness or flu-like symptoms and who may have had contact with someone who—

(a) has travelled to a country affected by the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(b) is infected with the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) or has been exposed to a person so infected,

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June 10, 2021


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3734 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [DEC. 1, 2020

(3) A person to whom this paragraph applies and who is permitted to enter Jamaica

(a) shall not be required to be tested for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) for the duration of person’s stay in Jamaica pursuant to such permission, unless—

(i) the assessment conducted under paragraph 3 determines that the person poses a high risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(ii) the person displays symptoms of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); and

(b) on being permitted to enter Jamaica shall be issued a quarantine order in the form set out as Form B of the First Schedule and, shall be required to remain in quarantine at the person’s intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person enters Jamaica.

(4) A person to whom any of the requirements of this paragraph applies shall comply with—

(a) all applicable directions given, and requirements imposed, by an authorized officer; and

(b) the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12.

8.—(1) A person who is required to remain in quarantine under paragraphs 4, 5, 6 or 7 shall be monitored by an electronic device.

(2) The use of an electronic monitoring device under sub-paragraph (1) shall be solely for the purpose of preventing the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) into the community, and, accordingly—

(a) the electronic monitoring device shall be used only to monitor—

(i) whether the person has left the designated quarantine area; and

(ii) the health status of the person;

(b) the electronic monitoring shall be terminated immediately on the expiration of the quarantine period; and

(c) all information obtained from the electronic monitoring shall be stored in a secure manner for the duration of the quarantine, and shall—

(i) be accessible only by the technical personnel responsible for implementing the monitoring, who may disclose it only to the following individuals—

(A) a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, not below the rank of Inspector,

Electronic monitoring.

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June 10, 2021


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