Jamaica lifts entry restrictions

By Linsey McNeill
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Visitors to Jamaica won’t need to take a pre-departure COVID test from tomorrow in a further easing of coronavirus restrictions.

The Foreign Office said visitors might still be tested on arrival from 15 April, but only if they are considered high-risk, most likely because they’re showing symptoms or they’ve been in contact with someone who tested positive.

Jamaica has also ended the requirement for masks to be worn in public places, although they are still advised.

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