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Health of Jamaica’s tourists comes with a fee


Tourists to Jamaica are prepared to pay their all-inclusive resort fees, but now a charge for health insurance?

The birthplace of reggae will require foreigners to pay a $40 per person fee toward its “Jamaica Cares” program to enter the country, Fox News reported Wednesday. The fee is expected to provide international health coverage of up to $100,000 and emergency evacuation services for medical emergencies, including coronavirus, according to the report.

Now with health care covered, tourists can kick back, turn up Bob Marley and enjoy their Jamaican rum.

More insurance and risk management news on the coronavirus crisis here.








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