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(3) If a person tested pursuant to this paragraph tests negative for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), a Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer shall either require the person to remain—

(a) at that person’s abode or place of residence (including the yard) for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person enters Jamaica, except that the person may once per day leave that abode or place of residence to go to the closest practicable location for the purpose of necessities of life, and then shall immediately return to the abode or place of residence; or

(b) in quarantine, at a facility designated by the Government, or at that person’s abode or place of residence,

as that officer considers appropriate having regard to the level of risk concerned.

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

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

(b) shall not attend for work at the person’s place of employment (but may work from home), during the period that the person is required under this paragraph to remain at the person’s abode or place of residence or in quarantine, and the person’s employer shall not count that period against the leave entitlements of the person unless otherwise agreed between the employer and the person; and

(c) shall comply with the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12.

(5) In this paragraph, “necessities of life” shall be construed as including obtaining food, medical supplies or medical services, conducting financial transactions, overseeing the person’s place of business, attending a place of worship, and physical exercise.

5.—(1) Sub-paragraphs (2) and (6) apply where a risk assessment under paragraph 3 is made in respect of a person—

(a) who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica;

(b) who at any time during the period from July 1, 2020, to July 14, 2020, seeks to enter Jamaica as a tourist; and

(c) whose intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica is at a place within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule.

Procedure following risk assessment of person who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica, visiting as a tourist in the Resilient Corridor.

Second Schedule.

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June 12, 2021


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(2) Where the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer (as the case may be) determines that the person—

(a) does not pose a high risk of transmission of the SARS — CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), the person shall be required, on being permitted to enter Jamaica, to remain within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule, for the duration of the person’s stay in Jamaica; or

(b) poses a high risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), the person shall be tested for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19) upon arrival in Jamaica and shall remain in quarantine, at a facility designated by the Government or at that person’s intended abode or place of residence within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule, as may be directed by a Medical Officer (Health), until the test results are known, and if the person—

(i) tests positive for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID- 19), the person shall remain in quarantine, in isolation from other persons, in an isolation room approved by a Medical Officer (Health), until a Medical Officer (Health), a Medical Officer, or a public health officer certifies that the person has recovered from the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(ii) tests negative for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID- 19), the person shall be released from quarantine, but shall remain within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule.

(3) Sub-paragraphs (4), (5) and (6) apply in respect of a person—

(a) who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica;

(b) who at any time during the period from July 15, 2020, to July 31, 2020, seeks to enter Jamaica as a tourist; and

(c) whose intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica is at a place within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule.

(4) The person shall not be permitted to enter Jamaica unless the person provides, with the application for entry, a valid COVID-19 PCR test that—

(a) is no older than ten days prior to the proposed date of entry; and

(b) shows that the person tested negative for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19).

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(7) In this paragraph, “necessities of life” shall be construed as including obtaining food, medical supplies or medical services, conducting financial transactions, and conducting business transactions.

7.—(1) Sub-paragraphs (2) and (6) apply where a risk assessment under paragraph 3 is made in respect of a person who—

(a) is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica; and

(b) seeks at any time during the period from July 1, 2020, to July 14, 2020, to enter Jamaica other than—

(i) as a tourist whose intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica is within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule; or

(ii) for business purposes.

(2) The person—

(a) shall, on being permitted to enter Jamaica, be required to remain in quarantine at that person’s intended abode or place of residence (including the yard) in Jamaica, for a period of 14 days beginning from the date on which the person enters Jamaica, unless otherwise required under this paragraph; and

(b) if the Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer (as the case may be) determines that the person poses a high risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID- 19), that officer may require that the person attend at a specified testing location to be tested for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19), and if the person—

(i) tests positive for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID- 19), the person shall be required to remain in quarantine, in isolation from other persons, at a facility designated by the Government or at the abode or place of residence referred to in sub-paragraph (a), as may be directed by a Medical Officer (Health), until a Medical Officer (Health), a Medical Officer, or a public health officer certifies that the person has recovered from the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); or

(ii) tests negative for the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID- 19), the person shall remain in quarantine at a facility designated by the Government or at the abode or place of residence referred to in sub-paragraph (a), as may be directed by a Medical Officer (Health), until the end of the period referred to in sub-paragraph (a).

Second Schedule.

Procedure following risk assessment of person who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica, visiting other than as tourist staying in the Resilient Corridor and other than for business purposes.

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within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule; and

(b) 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).

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

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

(b) comply with the provisions of paragraphs 9 to 12; and

(c) shall only travel on transportation licensed under the Tourist Board Act.

(5) A stay in the Resilient Corridor order under this paragraph shall be in the form set out as Form C of the First Schedule.

(6) Notwithstanding sub-paragraph (3), during the period from January 15, 2021, to April 15, 2021, a person—

(a) to whom this paragraph applies; and

(b) whose abode or place of residence is within the area of any part of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule,

may, subject to the requirements specified in sub-paragraph (7), leave that abode or place of residence to visit any place that is—

(i) certified by the Tourism Product Development Company to be a COVID-19 Resilient—

(A) tourist attraction, located within any part of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule; or

(B) restaurant, duty-free shopping mall, or craft market, located within any part of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule; or

(ii) listed in the Appendix to Form C of the First Schedule.

Form C, First Schedule.

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Procedure following risk assessment of person who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica, visiting for business purposes.

Procedure following risk assessment of person who is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica, visiting other than as tourist staying in the Resilient Corridor and other than for business purposes.

Second Schedule.

(7) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (6), the requirements are that the person shall—

(a) travel to and from the attraction, or other place referred to in sub- paragraph (6), on transportation licensed under the Tourist Board Act; and

(b) for the duration of the visit to the attraction or other place referred to in sub-paragraph (6)—

(i) comply with all applicable provisions of paragraph 14(23); and

(ii) remain with the family or group with which that person travelled to the attraction or other place referred to in sub-paragraph (6).

6.—(1) A person who—

(a) is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica; and

(b) seeks at any time during the period from January 15, 2021, to April 15, 2021, to enter Jamaica for business purposes,

shall, prior to boarding the vessel destined for Jamaica, provide at the port of departure such COVID-19 test, in respect of that person, as may be specified by the Ministry with responsibility for health and wellness.

(2) A person to whom any of the requirements of this paragraph applies and who is required to remain in quarantine shall be issued a quarantine order in the form set out as Form D of the First Schedule, and shall remain in quarantine in accordance with the order.

7.—(1) This paragraph applies in respect of a person who—

(a) is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica; and

(b) seeks to enter Jamaica other than—

(i) as a tourist whose intended abode or place of residence in Jamaica is within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule; or

(ii) for business purposes.

(2) Where the person seeks to enter Jamaica at any time during the period from January 15, 2021, to April15, 2021, the person shall, prior to boarding the vessel destined for Jamaica, provide at the port of departure such COVID-19 test, in respect of that person, as may be specified by the Ministry with responsibility for health and wellness.

Form D, First Schedule.

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June 10, 2021


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