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Wednesday, May 06, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica?#8212; The TUI charter flight carrying 115 Jamaicans from the United Kingdom arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston a short whilego.

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith is on hand to greet the Jamaicans, who are expected to be shuttled to St Ann, where they will undergo testing for COVID-19 before being quarantined at a hotel for at least 14 days.
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Those on the flight today include crew members of the Marella Discovery (2) cruise ship, who, for more than a month, came close to home but were unable to set foot on local soil.
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Some eight Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) buses are on hand to take them to their destination.
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One of the buses will transport health care professionals to the quarantineacility.

The Boeing 787 aircraft is scheduled to leave Kingston tomorrow with scores of British nationals who have been stranded on the island for weeks because of the closure of the border in response to the COVID pandemic.

More information later.

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