Jamaica says it is expanding its testing capacity across the island to help visitors comply with the new CDC requirements for returning travelers.
A number of hotels and resorts are already providing on-site testing for guests, and the country’s Ministry of Health and Wellness and the Ministry of Tourism are working to set up mobile testing sites within Jamaica’s “resilient corridor” on the north coast.
Officials said testing resources would also be added at airports in Montego Bay and Kingston.
“We can confidently assure travelers that Jamaica’s testing capacity will adequately meet the requirements for travel to the United States and Canada,” said Donovan White, Director of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board. “Jamaica is resilient. As we keep an eye toward other potential changes for international travelers, we are pleased with our destination-wide preparedness and the progress we have made to make COVID-19 testing even more accessible.”
For more, visit Jamaica Testing.