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JULY 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 689

(d) the receptionist at the gym shall wear a mask fitted to that receptionist’s face so as to cover the receptionist’s nose and mouth, and all other persons at the gym shall carry a mask;

(e) high-traffic areas (such as the reception and lobby areas, changing rooms, locker rooms, stairways and hand-rails) shall be sanitized with appropriate frequency;

(f) facilities for patrons and staff to wash or otherwise sanitize their hands shall be placed and maintained in operation at all entrances, restrooms, locker rooms and exercise stations;

(g) patrons shall be provided with sanitizing agents and required to sanitize exercise equipment before and after using that equipment;

(h) towels and exercise mats shall not be provided to patrons, but patrons shall be permitted to bring their own towels and exercise mats;

(i) particular attention shall be given to sanitizing swimming pools and splash pads;

(j) sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs shall remain closed;

(k) the doors and windows of all exercise rooms shall be kept open during the opening hours of the gym;

(l) no person shall use, or be permitted to use, exercise equipment that is closer than 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) to other exercise equipment that is being used by another person;

(m) for group exercise sessions, social distancing of at least 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) shall be maintained between each participant, with distancing markers in place to facilitate compliance; and

(n) all self-serve water stations, other than those that are automated, shall be removed.

(10) During the period from July 1, 2020, to July 14, 2020, only hotels and resort cottages (as those terms are defined in the Tourist Board Act) that are—

(a) licensed under the Tourist Board Act and certified by the Tourism Product Development Company Limited; and

(b) located within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule,

shall operate, and shall do so only in accordance with the “COVID-19 Ministry of Tourism Health and Safety Protocols—Protocols for the Jamaica Tourism Sector 2020”.

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JAN. 15, 2021] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 17

(ix) particular attention shall be given to sanitizing swimming pools and splash pads;

(x) sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs shall remain closed;

(xi) the doors and windows of all exercise rooms shall be kept open during the opening hours of the gym;

(xii) no person shall use, or be permitted to use, exercise equipment that is closer than 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) to other exercise equipment that is being used by another person;

(xiii) for group exercise sessions, social distancing of at least 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) shall be maintained between each participant, with distancing markers in place to facilitate compliance; and

(xiv) all self-serve water stations, other than those that are automated, shall be removed.

(10) During the period from January 15, 2021, to January 31, 2021, only hotels and resort cottages (as those terms are defined in the Tourist Board Act) that are—

(a) licensed under the Tourist Board Act and certified by the Tourism Product Development Company Limited; and

(b) located within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule,

shall operate, and shall do so only in accordance with the “COVID-19Ministry of Tourism Health and Safety Protocols—Protocols for the Jamaica Tourism Sector 2020”.

(11) During the period from January 15, 2021, to January 31, 2021, the following shall remain closed—

(a) all bars,except as provided in sub-paragraphs (13), (14), (15) and (16); and

(b) all nightclubs and other places of amusement.

(12) In sub-paragraph (11), “places of amusement” means places open to the public, whether for a fee or free of charge, for the purpose of entertainment and—

(a) without limit to the generality of the foregoing, includes a club, discotheque, roller disco, or skate rink;

(b) excludes establishments licensed under the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act.

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FEB. 1, 2021] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 109

(ix) particular attention shall be given to sanitizing swimming pools and splash pads;

(x) sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs shall remain closed;

(xi) the doors and windows of all exercise rooms shall be kept open during the opening hours of the gym;

(xii) no person shall use, or be permitted to use, exercise equipment that is closer than 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) to other exercise equipment that is being used by another person;

(xiii) for group exercise sessions, social distancing of at least 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) shall be maintained between each participant, with distancing markers in place to facilitate compliance; and

(xiv) all self-serve water stations, other than those that are automated, shall be removed.

(10) During the period from February 1, 2021, to February 28, 2021, only hotels and resort cottages (as those terms are defined in the Tourist Board Act) that are—

(a) licensed under the Tourist Board Act and certified by the Tourism Product Development Company Limited; and

(b) located within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule,

shall operate, and shall do so only in accordance with the “COVID-19Ministry of Tourism Health and Safety Protocols—Protocols for the Jamaica Tourism Sector 2020”.

(11) During the period from February 1, 2021, to February 28, 2021, the following shall remain closed—

(a) all bars,except as provided in sub-paragraphs (13), (14), (15) and (16); and

(b) all nightclubs and other places of amusement.

(12) In sub-paragraph (11), “places of amusement” means places open to the public, whether for a fee or free of charge, for the purpose of entertainment and—

(a) without limit to the generality of the foregoing, includes a club, discotheque, roller disco, or skate rink;

(b) excludes establishments licensed under the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act.

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NOV. 1, 2020] PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS 3603

(m) for group exercise sessions, social distancing of at least 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) shall be maintained between each participant, with distancing markers in place to facilitate compliance; and

(n) all self-serve water stations, other than those that are automated, shall be removed.

(10) During the period from November 1, 2020, to November 30, 2020, only hotels and resort cottages (as those terms are defined in the Tourist Board Act) that are—

(a) licensed under the Tourist Board Act and certified by the Tourism Product Development Company Limited; and

(b) located within the area of the Resilient Corridor described in the Second Schedule,

shall operate, and shall do so only in accordance with the “COVID-19Ministry of Tourism Health and Safety Protocols – Protocols for the Jamaica Tourism Sector 2020”.

(11) During the period from November 1, 2020, to November 30, 2020, the following shall remain closed—

(a) all bars, except as provided in sub-paragraphs (13), (14) and (15); and

(b) all nightclubs and other places of amusement.

(12) In sub-paragraph (11), “places of amusement” means places open to the public, whether for a fee or free of charge, for the purpose of entertainment and—

(a) without limit to the generality of the foregoing, includes a club, discotheque, roller disco, or skate rink;

(b) excludes establishments licensed under the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act.

(13) Subject to the provisions of sub-paragraph (14), bars that operate under a village retail licence under the Spirit Licence Act may open no earlier than 9:00 am and shall close no later than 7:00 pm, during the period from November 1, 2020, to November 30, 2020;

(14) The owner or operator of a bar permitted to open under sub- paragraph (13) is directed to ensure that—

(a) no more than 5 persons (including bartenders) are permitted to be in the indoor area of the bar at any one time;

(b) customers are seated only at the outdoor table seating area of the bar and no more than two persons are seated at each table outdoors, with no more than ten customers at a time at the outdoor area of the bar;

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3448 PROCLAMATIONS, RULES AND REGULATIONS [SEPT. 23, 2020

(b) signage advising of all requirements governing the use of the gym (including the requirements specified in this sub-paragraph) shall be conspicuously placed throughout the gym, including at each entrance to the gym;

(c) a temperature check shall be made of each person entering the gym;

(d) the receptionist at the gym shall wear a mask fitted to that receptionist’s face so as to cover the receptionist’s nose and mouth, and all other persons at the gym shall carry a mask;

(e) high-traffic areas (such as the reception and lobby areas, changing rooms, locker rooms, stairways and hand-rails) shall be sanitized with appropriate frequency;

(f) facilities for patrons and staff to wash or otherwise sanitize their hands shall be placed and maintained in operation at all entrances, restrooms, locker rooms and exercise stations;

(g) patrons shall be provided with sanitizing agents and required to sanitize exercise equipment before and after using that equipment;

(h) towels and exercise mats shall not be provided to patrons, but patrons shall be permitted to bring their own towels and exercise mats;

(i) particular attention shall be given to sanitizing swimming pools and splash pads;

(j) sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs shall remain closed;

(k) the doors and windows of all exercise rooms shall be kept open during the opening hours of the gym;

(l) no person shall use, or be permitted to use, exercise equipment that is closer than 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) to other exercise equipment that is being used by another person;

(m) for group exercise sessions, social distancing of at least 182.88 centimetres (or 6 feet) shall be maintained between each participant, with distancing markers in place to facilitate compliance; and

(n) all self-serve water stations, other than those that are automated, shall be removed.

(10) During the period from September 23, 2020, to October 6, 2020, only hotels and resort cottages (as those terms are defined in the Tourist Board Act) that are—

(a) licensed under the Tourist Board Act and certified by the Tourism Product Development Company Limited; and

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June 10, 2021


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