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

FIRST SCHEDULE, contd.

FORM D

THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) ORDER, 2021, PARAGRAPH 6

QUARANTINE ORDER FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLER

A RISK-BASED PROTOCOL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED REGARDING TESTING AND RESTRICTION ON MOVEMENTS FOR PREVENTION AND

CONTROL OF COVID-19.

All persons arriving in Jamaica are required to undergo a health screening and risk assessment.

CONTROL MEASURES FOR PERSONS WITH POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO SARS – CoV-2

You have, or might have, been exposed to the SARS – CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19, through travel or contact. Infection by the SARS – CoV-2 virus is an acute respiratory infection that may present with mild, moderate, or severe illness and may be fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory infection include fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, and in some cases, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chest pain. If SARS – CoV-2 spreads in the community, it would have severe public health consequences.

In accordance with THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) ORDER, 2021, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that:

As a result of your possible exposure to the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that you require testing for COVID19 and you are to be quarantined until released by the Parish Health Department. If you test negative, the Parish Health Officer will advise you of your result and your release from quarantine. You are required to conduct your business as described in your travel application, adhering to the provisions of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) Order 2021, and the infection prevention and control guidelines as issued by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, including minimal interactions with the general public. You are required to report symptoms to the health desk in your hotel or to the health department and based on assessment, you may be required to repeat the COVID-19 test.

Notwithstanding the requirements detailed above, the Medical Officer (Health) may impose new or different requirements if the Medical Officer (Health) is of the opinion that circumstances have changed to necessitate the imposition of new or different requirements.

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FEB. 1, 2021] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 139

FIRST SCHEDULE, contd.

FORM D

THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (No. 2) ORDER, 2021, PARAGRAPH 6

QUARANTINE ORDER FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLER

A RISK-BASED PROTOCOL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED REGARDING TESTING AND RESTRICTION ON MOVEMENTS FOR PREVENTION AND

CONTROL OF COVID-19.

All persons arriving in Jamaica are required to undergo a health screening and risk assessment.

CONTROL MEASURES FOR PERSONS WITH POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO SARS – CoV-2

You have, or might have, been exposed to the SARS – CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19, through travel or contact. Infection by the SARS – CoV-2 virus is an acute respiratory infection that may present with mild, moderate, or severe illness and may be fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory infection include fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, and in some cases, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chest pain. If SARS – CoV-2 spreads in the community, it would have severe public health consequences.

In accordance with THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (No. 2) ORDER, 2021, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that:

As a result of your possible exposure to the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that you require testing for COVID19 and you are to be quarantined until released by the Parish Health Department. If you test negative, the Parish Health Officer will advise you of your result and your release from quarantine. You are required to conduct your business as described in your travel application, adhering to the provisions of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) (No. 2) Order 2021, and the infection prevention and control guidelines as issued by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, including minimal interactions with the general public. You are required to report symptoms to the health desk in your hotel or to the health department and based on assessment, you may be required to repeat the COVID-19 test.

Notwithstanding the requirements detailed above, the Medical Officer (Health) may impose new or different requirements if the Medical Officer (Health) is of the opinion that circumstances have changed to necessitate the imposition of new or different requirements.

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NOV. 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 3629

FIRST SCHEDULE, contd.

FORM D

THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 15) ORDER, 2020, PARAGRAPH 6

QUARANTINE ORDER FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLER

A RISK-BASED PROTOCOL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED REGARDING TESTING AND RESTRICTION ON MOVEMENTS FOR PREVENTION AND

CONTROL OF COVID-19.

All persons arriving in Jamaica are required to undergo a health screening and risk assessment.

CATEGORY OF TRAVELLER: NON-RESIDENT VISITING JAMAICA FOR BUSINESS

RISK CLASSIFICATION: HIGH RISK

CONTROL MEASURES FOR PERSONS WITH POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO SARS – CoV-2

You have, or might have, been exposed to the SARS–CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19, through travel or contact. Infection by the SARS–CoV-2 virus is an acute respiratory infection that may present with mild, moderate, or severe illness and may be fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory infection include fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, and in some cases, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chest pain. If SARS-CoV-2 spreads in the community, it would have severe public health consequences.

In accordance with THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 15) ORDER, 2020, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that:

You pose a high risk for the transmission of the SARS–CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that you require testing for COVID-19 and you are to be quarantined until released by the Parish Health Department. If you test negative the Parish Health Officer will advise you of your result and your release from quarantine. You are required to conduct your business as described in your travel application, adhering to provisions of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) (No. 15) Order, 2020, and the infection and control guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, including minimal interactions with the general public.

You are required to report symptoms to the health desk in your hotel or to the health department and based on assessment, you may be required to repeat the COVID-19 test.

...
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DEC. 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 3771

FIRST SCHEDULE, contd.

FORM D

THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 16) ORDER, 2020, PARAGRAPH 6

QUARANTINE ORDER FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLER

A RISK-BASED PROTOCOL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED REGARDING TESTING AND RESTRICTION ON MOVEMENTS FOR PREVENTION AND

CONTROL OF COVID-19.

All persons arriving in Jamaica are required to undergo a health screening and risk assessment.

CATEGORY OF TRAVELLER: NON-RESIDENT VISITING JAMAICA FOR BUSINESS

RISK CLASSIFICATION: HIGH RISK LOW RISK

CONTROL MEASURES FOR PERSONS WITH POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO SARS – CoV-2

You have, or might have, been exposed to the SARS – CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19, through travel or contact. Infection by the SARS – CoV-2 virus is an acute respiratory infection that may present with mild, moderate, or severe illness and may be fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory infection include fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, and in some cases, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chest pain. If SARS-CoV-2 spreads in the community, it would have severe public health consequences.

In accordance with THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 16) ORDER, 2020, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that:

You pose a high risk for the transmission of the SARS–CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that you require testing for COVID-19 and you are to be quarantined until released by the Parish Health Department. If you test negative the Parish Health Officer will advise you of your result and your release from quarantine. You are required to conduct your business as described in your travel application, adhering to the provisions of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) (No. 16) Order, 2020, and the infection prevention and control guidelines as issued by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, including minimal interactions with the general public. You are required to report symptoms to the health desk in your hotel or to the health department and based on assessment, you may be required to repeat the COVID-19 test.

Address: ___________________________________________________

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FORM D

THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 15) ORDER, 2020, PARAGRAPH 6

QUARANTINE ORDER FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLER

A RISK-BASED PROTOCOL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED REGARDING TESTING AND RESTRICTION ON MOVEMENTS FOR PREVENTION AND

CONTROL OF COVID-19.

All persons arriving in Jamaica are required to undergo a health screening and risk assessment.

CATEGORY OF TRAVELLER: NON-RESIDENT VISITING JAMAICA FOR BUSINESS

RISK CLASSIFICATION: HIGH RISK LOW RISK

CONTROL MEASURES FOR PERSONS WITH POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO SARS – CoV-2

You have, or might have, been exposed to the SARS – CoV-2, virus that causes COVID-19, through travel or contact. Infection by the SARS – CoV-2 virus is an acute respiratory infection that may present with mild, moderate, or severe illness and may be fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory infection include fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, and in some cases, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chest pain. If SARS-CoV-2 spreads in the community, it would have severe public health consequences.

In accordance with THE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (ENFORCEMENT MEASURES) (NO. 15) ORDER, 2020, the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that:

You pose a high risk for the transmission of the SARS–CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer has determined that you require testing for COVID-19 and you are to be quarantined until released by the Parish Health Department. If you test negative the Parish Health Officer will advise you of your result and your release from quarantine. You are required to conduct your business as described in your travel application, adhering to the provisions of the Disaster Risk Management (Enforcement Measures) (No. 15) Order, 2020, and the infection prevention and control guidelines as issued by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, including minimal interactions with the general public. You are required to report symptoms to the health desk in your hotel or to the health department and based on assessment, you may be required to repeat the COVID-19 test.

Address: ___________________________________________________

NOV. 16, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 3677

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