Jamaica will reopen its borders to international travellers come June 15, that according to a leaked document which has been making the rounds on social media platforms.
The document which bears the signature of Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett reveals that the country’s borders will reopen from June to accept incoming nationals.
Come June 15 international travellers will be allowed back into the island.
“Thanks for your continued partnership,” reads the letter, though it is unclear to whom it is addressed.
The US Embassy on Friday made a Tweet which suggested that country’s borders would be on June 4 for some US travellers.
Jamaica closed it borders on March 24 to contain the spread of the coronavirus.