COVID-19 - Jamaica Entry Requirements
Updated: Dec 7, 2020
Passengers traveling to Jamaica will be required to obtain a travel authorization document issued by the government before they will be allowed to check in for their flights. Nationals and residents should apply here and visitors should apply here. Visitors traveling from high risk places such as the United States, Brazil, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Panama will still be required to upload a negative PCR or antigen test result when applying for a travel authorization. The test must have been taken at most 10 days before arrival. Passengers will also be required to carry proof of this negative test with them when they travel. Jamaica is also looking to implement a health services and logistics insurance plan that will be mandatory for visitors to Jamaica. They are looking at a target date of November 1st for implementation of this new policy.
The current entry requirements will be in place through at least April 15, 2021. For more information please click here.