Aruba, Jamaica, I want to take you there-despite the latest fees.
In the COVID-19 crisis, as a preventive measure, visitors to Jamaica will soon have to pay a small mandatory insurance premium for emergency medical and crisis response services.
Officials announced on Monday that starting in November, all non-Jamaica passport holders must pay $40 per person for the “Jamaica Care” program visit.
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Emergency Services said in a press release that the initiative was realized through a public-private partnership between the Jamaican authorities and Global Rescue. The mandatory fee will provide up to US$100,000 in international medical insurance and up to US$50,000 in island medical insurance, as well as “case management, transportation logistics, on-site rescue, evacuation and repatriation medical emergencies”-including the new coronavirus.
Edmund Bartlett, co-chair of her husband’s Center for Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management, said that as the pandemic continues, the plan will meet the growing tourism industry by providing medical insurance and emergency evacuation services. “Unmet Needs”
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Bartlett said in a statement: “The Jamaican Cares Program is a comprehensive and mandatory program designed to improve the protection of travelers from leaving home to returning home.” “Travelers know they are protected, and they know that Other travelers are also protected. This is necessary for travelers to be confident when preparing to travel.”
Global Rescue said the mandatory fees will be bundled in the travel authorization application.
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According to the Ministry of National Health, as of Wednesday morning, Jamaica has reported 8,652 cases of the coronavirus and 196 deaths.