Jamaica will reopen its borders to international travellers on 15 June and implement new health-focused tourism protocols.
New operational protocols will include screening before and upon entry, and will extend to all aspects of the visitor’ journey.
The destination has also pledged to build Covid prevention, detection and response into all of its tourism operations.
Around 130,000 are directly employed in Jamaica’s tourism industry, which supports a further 120,000 roles. The sector accounts for one third of the country’s economy.