IMPORTANT: For residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Panama

  • All residents of the United States of America (USA), Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico or Panama who are 12 years of age or over, are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR or Antigen test result to check in for a flight. NOTE: Residents of all other countries are NOT REQUIRED to present a test result.
  • Tests must be done by a medical laboratory that has a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) registration or ISO 15189 certification.
  • The date of the sample collection must be less than 10 days from the travel date to Jamaica. Example: For a travel date of October 20, the earliest the test sample may be collected is October 11. Use the Test Date Calculator.
  • Samples collected using home test kits (ex. Pixel by LabCorp), along with antibody tests will not be accepted.
  • See the full COVID-19 test requirements here.

The items listed above apply only to residents of USA, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Panama


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

The Resilient Corridors


For the protection of locals and visitors alike, the Resilient Corridors were created to encourage safe tourism practices through the strict delivery of service that conform to a rigorous set of COVID-19 protocols and approved by the The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). Within the resilient corridor, the tourism service delivery operators permitted to accept guests have been inspected and are compliant with the required standards of training, protective equipment and processes. All employees and patrons of these facilities are required to observe the established protocols of hand hygiene, social/physical distancing and wearing of masks in public spaces.

The Resilient Corridors comprise two (2) parts:

  • Part 1: A Northern segment stretching from Negril in Westmoreland across the northern coastline to Port Antonio in Portland.
  • Part 2: A South Coast segment running from Milk River in Clarendon westward to Negril in Westmoreland
Part 1 Description:

This part of the area spans approximately 294 Km and runs from the Western most point of the island starting on the road in front the Negril Light House at West End Road, running along the main coastal road in a Northerly direction to the Negril-Round-About.

From the Negril Round About along Norman Manley Boulevard which includes both seaward side and landward side and continues north towards the North Negril River Bridge/North Negril River Crossing.

From the North Negril River Crossing running East along the main road (A1/North Coast Highway) through Lucea, to Montego Bay to Alice Eldemire Drive North to the intersection of Alice Eldemire Drive and Howard Cook Boulevard then East along Howard Cook Boulevard to the intersection with The Queens Drive on to the A1 Road ( North coast Highway).

The boundary only takes into consideration the main road to the sea shore.

From the roundabout at the Sangster International Airport running East along the North coast highway through Falmouth Discovery Bay, Priory, St. Ann’s Bay, Mammee Bay, Ocho Rios, continuing on the North coast highway (A1 Road) to White River Bay, through Tower Isle continuing along the North Coast Highway through Boscobel through Oracabessa continuing east on the North Coast Highway through Galina continuing on the North Coast highway to Port Maria continue on the North Coast Highway to Trinity, Whitehall to Annotto Bay, Buff Bay, Orange Bay, Hope Bay, St Margaret’s Bay, Port Antonio to the entrance to Boston beach.


North Corridor


Part 2 Description:

The boundary starts at Farquhar’s Beach going North along Milk River main road passing Milk River Hotel and Spa to the intersection at the Osbourne Store Main in Clarendon Park. Traveling west along the Clarendon Park Main Road then on the Toll Gate Main Road then onto Scotts Pass Main Road. Continue west along the Porus Main Road (A2) then on to the Winston Jones Highway. Traveling in a westerly direction, continue along the highway to the Spur Tree Main Road. Continue along through Goshen and Pepper districts travelling to the Santa Cruz Main Road. The boundary continues through the town of Santa Cruz then Lacovia and Holland Bamboo and then to Middle Quarters. Continue along the Middle Quarters Main Road (A2) to Luana. Travel along the Brompton Main Road through to the intersection of the Black River Main Road then on to the Crawford Main Road. Travel along to Font Hill Main Road then continue along to the border to St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland. Travel in a westerly direction to the White House Main Road through Bluefields, Caves, Ferris Cross, Paradise continue along the Smithfield Main Road to Savanna-La-Mar at the intersection of Barracks Main Road. Continue along Barracks Main Road to the intersection of Beckford Street. Travel southerly along Beckford Street to the intersection at Lewis Street. Continue west on Lewis Street to Darling Street. Travel north along Darling Street to the Llandilo Main Road (A2). Continue along to Little London through New Hope, Sheffield to Nonpareil Main Road. Continue to the roundabout at the intersection with Norman Manley Boulevard in Negril and intersects with the area described in Part I.

The boundary only takes into consideration the main road to the sea shore.

South Corridor