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JULY 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 703

THIRD SCHEDULE (Paragraphs 10 and 11)

Persons Permitted to Leave their Abode or Place of Residence during the Specified Hours during the Relevant Periods under Paragraphs 10 and 11

For the purposes of the employment, service, activity or authorisation, or duties (as the case may be) described below—

1. Duties as a holder of any of the following offices—

(a) Governor-General;

(b) office as a member of either House of Parliament;

(c) office as a member of the Judiciary.

2. Employees of the Houses of Parliament.

3. Permanent Secretaries, the Chief Personnel Officer, the Solicitor-General and the Chief Parliamentary Counsel.

4. Any member of a security force, the municipal police or the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency.

5. Any person employed in a service concerning the provision of health, water, food, electricity, public works, sanitation, firefighting, civil aviation or telecommunications.

6. Veterinary surgeons, licensed under the Veterinary Act.

7. Immigration officers and customs officers.

8. Correctional services officers.

9. Persons employed in the transportation of agricultural produce or livestock or employed in the poultry industry (including catching crew, poultry processing plant staff and the staff of feed mills).

10. Persons employed in the sugar cane industry.

11. Persons employed to “tourist establishments” as defined by the Public Health (Tourist Establishments) Regulations, 2000.

12. Persons employed in services connected with oil-refining and with the loading, distribution, transportation, or retail, of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source.

13. Persons employed in services connected with the loading and unloading of ships and with the storage and delivery of goods at, or from, docks, wharves and warehouses operated in connection with docks or wharves.

14. Persons employed in the provision of public transportation by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company or the Montego Bay Metro Company Limited.

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Page 38

706 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [JULY 1, 2020

FOURTH SCHEDULE (Paragraphs 12 and 16(6))

Exceptions to Prohibition on Public Gatherings Exceeding 20 Persons

1. Subject to paragraph 13, hospitals, infirmaries and nursing homes.

2. Members of the security forces.

3. Services concerning the provision of health, water, electricity, public works, sanitation, firefighting, civil aviation, or telecommunications.

4. Correctional services.

5. Tourist establishments, as defined in the Public Health (Tourist Establishments) Regulations, 2000.

6. Subject to paragraph 14, markets, public arcades and public transportation centres.

7. Sittings of the Houses of Parliament, and meetings of the Cabinet, or any committees thereof.

8. Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, and Municipal Corporations.

9. Tax Administration Jamaica, the Bank of Jamaica, the Jamaica Customs Agency, the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management and the Independent Commission of Investigations.

10. “Banking business” or other “financial services”, as defined in the Banking Services Act.

11. Credit union business by a society registered under the Co-operative Societies Act.

12. Services connected with oil-refining and with the loading, distribution, transportation or retail of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source.

13. Services connected with the loading and unloading of ships and with the storage and delivery of goods at, or from, docks, wharves and warehouses operated in connection with docks or wharves.

14. The provision, by licence under the Transport Authority Act, of public transportation by bus (including buses operated by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company or the Montego Bay Metro Company Limited), limited to seated passengers only.

15. The provision, by licence under the Transport Authority Act, of public transportation by motor car.

16. Persons employed to a court or tribunal.

17. Attorneys-at-law attending at police stations or lock-ups, or before a court, for the purpose of legal representation of a client of that attorney-at-law.

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Head No. 68000

and Title: Ministry of Transport and Mining

P R O P O S A L S

SECOND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2019/2020

$000

Activity/

Project

No.

Service & Object of

Expenditure

Approved

Estimates

2019/20

Approved

New

Estimates

Remarks & Object Classification Provided

by Law

(Statutory)

Supplementary

Estimates

Savings or

Under

Expenditure

SUB PROGRAMME 21 - LAND TRANSPORT SERVICES

10005 Direction and Administration 5,193,400.0 1,556,296.0 6,749,696.0 Additional requirement for:

(a) Montego Bay Metro Company Limited to facilitate the following:

(i) Fuel payments (including $9.573m for SCT and

Ad Valorem tax) 33,571.0

(ii) Outstanding statutory deductions 17,947.0

(iii) Operating expenses 13,982.0

65,500.0

(b) Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited to

clear the following statutory deductions arrears:

(i) PAYE 845,217.0

(ii) Education Tax 645,579.0

1,490,796.0

Additional

27 Grants, Contributions and Subsidies 1,556,296.0

SUB FUNCTION 10 - CIVIL AVIATION

PROGRAMME 178 - TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES

SUB PROGRAMME 22 - AIR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT

10005 Direction and Administration 3,655,940.0 880,675.0 4,536,615.0 Additional requirement to meet operational expenses of

the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority.

Additional

27 Grants, Contributions and Subsidies 880,675.0

(GOJ - $208.800m; AIA - $671.875m)

GROSS TOTAL 10,632,225.0 2,452,671.0 15,700.0 13,069,196.0

LESS APPROPRIATIONS-IN-AID 342,756.0 671,875.0 - 1,014,631.0

NET TOTAL HEAD 68000 10,289,469.0 1,780,796.0 15,700.0 12,054,565.0

68000 - 75

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Page 24

506 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [JUNE 1, 2020

SECOND SCHEDULE (Paragraph 6)

Persons Permitted to Leave their Abode or Place of Residence during the Specified Hours during the Relevant Periods under Paragraph 6

For the purposes of the employment, service, activity or authorisation, or duties (as the case may be) described below—

1. Duties as a holder of any of the following offices—

(a) Governor-General;

(b) office as a member of either House of Parliament;

(c) office as a member of the Judiciary.

2. Employees of the Houses of Parliament.

3. Permanent Secretaries, the Chief Personnel Officer, the Solicitor-General and the Chief Parliamentary Counsel.

4. Any member of a security force, the municipal police or the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency.

5. Any person employed in a service concerning the provision of health, water, food, electricity, public works, sanitation, firefighting, civil aviation or telecommunications.

6. Veterinary surgeons, licensed under the Veterinary Act.

7. Immigration officers and customs officers.

8. Correctional services officers.

9. Persons employed in the transportation of agricultural produce or livestock or employed in the poultry industry (including catching crew, poultry processing plant staff and the staff of feed mills).

10. Persons employed in the sugar cane industry.

11. Persons employed to “tourist establishments” as defined by the Public Health (Tourist Establishments) Regulations, 2000.

12. Persons employed in services connected with oil-refining and with the loading, distribution, transportation, or retail, of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source.

13. Persons employed in services connected with the loading and unloading of ships and with the storage and delivery of goods at, or from, docks, wharves and warehouses operated in connection with docks or wharves.

14. Persons employed in the provision of public transportation by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company or the Montego Bay Metro Company Limited.

...
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Page 27

JUNE 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 509

THIRD SCHEDULE (Paragraphs 8 and 12(6))

Exceptions to Prohibition on Public Gatherings Exceeding 10 Persons

1. Subject to paragraph 9, hospitals, infirmaries and nursing homes.

2. Members of the security forces.

3. Services concerning the provision of health, water, electricity, public works, sanitation, firefighting, civil aviation, or telecommunications.

4. Correctional services.

5. Tourist establishments, as defined in the Public Health (Tourist Establishments) Regulations, 2000.

6. Subject to paragraph 10, markets, public arcades and public transportation centres.

7. Sittings of the Houses of Parliament, and meetings of the Cabinet, or any committees thereof.

8. Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, and Municipal Corporations.

9. Tax Administration Jamaica, the Bank of Jamaica, the Jamaica Customs Agency, the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management and the Independent Commission of Investigations.

10. “Banking business” or other “financial services”, as defined in the Banking Services Act.

11. Credit union business by a society registered under the Co-operative Societies Act.

12. Services connected with oil-refining and with the loading, distribution, transportation or retail of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source.

13. Services connected with the loading and unloading of ships and with the storage and delivery of goods at, or from, docks, wharves and warehouses operated in connection with docks or wharves.

14. The provision, by licence under the Transport Authority Act, of public transportation by bus (including buses operated by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company or the Montego Bay Metro Company Limited), limited to seated passengers only.

15. The provision, by licence under the Transport Authority Act, of public transportation by motor car.

16. Persons employed to a court.

17. Attorneys-at-law attending at police stations or lock-ups, or before a court, for the purpose of legal representation of a client of that attorney-at-law.

...
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