Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness is appealing to the Diaspora to reconsider travelling during the Christmas period this year.
He was speaking during the sitting of the House of Representatives.
“I’m not here saying don’t come; I’m saying if you don’t need to travel to come for Christmas, then reconsider. If you are deciding to come, then go to the resilient corridor and help our tourism industry, but don’t leave the resilient corridor to come and look for grandma and auntie.”
The prime minister further encouraged the Diaspora to maintain the protocols if they decide to travel this year, as “there is a strict quarantine protocol in place under the Disaster Risk Management Act for 14 days”.