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This page provides information and utilities to non-residents for the purpose of travel to Jamaica over the period August 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020

Ready to start your Jamaica travel journey? Get Your Travel Authorization here >>>

 

Before travel to Jamaica, take the time to know the risk management initiatives in place that form part of the Controlled Entry Programme and how they will impact your visit.

IMPORTANT

All non-business travellers 12 years of age and over, who are residents of Arizona, Florida, New York and Texas in the USA are required to upload a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from a College of American Pathologists (CAP) accredited medical laboratory. The test sample collection date must be within 10 days of the arrival date in order to obtain a Travel Authorization.

Click here to find an accredited lab near you!

 

Summary Charts by Traveller Category


Resources
 

COVID-19 Protocol Compliant Approved Listings

The Resilient Corridors include the coastline from Negril to Port Antonio (North Coast Corridor) and from Milk River to Negril (South Coast Corridor). Only businesses within the Corridor that have been trained and assessed for adherence to COVID-19 protocols are allowed to open to tourists.

Need a test?
Find a CAP accredited lab near you

Accredited Laboratory and Biorepository Directory
(request a PCR test)

 

FAQ

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Need Support?

(NOTE: Queries and support for RESIDENT applications should be directed to support-jamcovid19@moh.gov.jm or 888-786-2703)

Non-Resident Support Request Form

This is NOT a Travel Authorization application form

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