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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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June 12, 2021


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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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June 12, 2021


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

FOURTH SCHEDULE (Paragraphs 12 and 16(7))

Exceptions to Prohibition on Public Gatherings Exceeding 15 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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June 10, 2021


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FEB. 1, 2021] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 149

FOURTH SCHEDULE (Paragraphs 12 and 16(7))

Exceptions to Prohibition on Public Gatherings Exceeding 15 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.

...
June 10, 2021


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APRIL 8, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 351

shall forthwith inform the Ministry with responsibility for health and wellness and comply with all applicable directions given, and requirements imposed by, the Medical Officer (Health), a public health officer or a nurse registered under the Nurses and Midwives Act.

6.—(1) During the period from April 8, 2020, to April 21, 2020—

(a) gatherings in any public place shall not exceed 10 persons at a time; and

(b) except as required for work in accordance with paragraph 7, each person at such a gathering shall maintain a distance of at least 91.44 centimetres (or 3 feet) from other persons.

(2) Sub-paragraph (1)(a) does not include—

(a) subject to sub-paragraphs (3) and (5), hospitals, infirmaries and nursing homes;

(b) security forces;

(c) services concerning the provision of health, water, electricity, sanitation, firefighting, civil aviation, or telecommunications;

(d) correctional services;

(e) tourist establishments, as defined in the Public Health (Tourist Establishments) Regulations, 2000;

(f) subject to sub-paragraph (4), retail services (such as markets, supermarkets, pharmacies and “corner shops”) for the provision of food, medicine or other necessities of life;

(g) sittings of the Houses of Parliament, and meetings of the Cabinet, or any committees thereof;

(h) Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, and Municipal Corporations;

(i) 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;

(j) financial services, as defined in the Banking Services Act;

(k) credit union business by a society registered under the Co-operative Societies Act;

(l) services connected with oil-refining and with the loading, distribution, transportation or retail of petroleum fuel, liquefied natural gas or any renewable energy source;

(m) 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;

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June 10, 2021


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