Clearance of Goods by Persons in Quarantine Will Not Be Facilitated – Jamaica Customs
In keeping with public health measures to combat the coronavirus, COVID-19, the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) is advising passengers, who entered Jamaica on or after March 18, and are in quarantine, to refrain from proceeding to any port to effect the clearance of goods, as this will not be facilitated until their quarantine period has ended.
The Agency is also urging other persons in quarantine, to adhere to the requisite health protocols and guidelines of the quarantine period, as together we seek to effectively combat this pandemic.
Cancellation of Public Auctions
The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) is advising members of the public that the following scheduled Public Auctions are cancelled:
Customs House Weekly
STATEMENT FROM THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS RE COVID-19 AND JAMAICA CUSTOMS AGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Jamaica Customs Continues Full Operations at Air and Sea Ports
Arising from queries from the media and members of the public, the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) is advising that it remains fully operational at the country’s air and sea ports, and assures its customers that there are no restrictions or ban on the importation of goods from countries impacted by the COVID-19 virus.