Jamaica Mandates & Restrictions

International travel to Jamaica is permitted, however quarantine on arrival is required.


Proof of a negative PCR, NAA, RNA, or antigen test, taken within 72 hours prior, must be provided on departure.  If you are fully vaccinated, you can choose to take a PCR test. With a negative result you can be released from the quarantine. Those who in the previous 14 days have visited a ‘high-risk country’ will be denied entry. This does not apply to the citizens of Jamaica. The list of ‘high-risk countries’ can be found at https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/


Public beaches are closed. A national curfew is in place between the hours of 9 pm to 5 am on weekdays. The weekends, the curfew starts at 8 pm on Saturdays and at 3 pm on Sundays. There are “no movement day” (lockdown) orders in place. Six no movement days have been announced: Sunday 5, Monday 6 and Tue 7 , Sunday 12, Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 September. On other days a night time curfew applies. Small outdoor event are limited to a maximum of 100 people. Face masks are required in public spaces, enclosed environments, and on public transportation. Restaurants and bars are open with reduced capacity. Nightclubs remain closed. Updated Sep 3