Immigration - Quarantine measures
KazakhstanImmigration - Quarantine measures
Travellers arriving in Kazakhstan will be subject to 24 hours of mandatory quarantine while testing for COVID-19 takes place. All travellers to Kazakhstan are then subject to health monitoring and mandatory follow-up measures aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus. These measures may vary according to the severity of the outbreak in the country of origin, and could include: daily health monitoring by telephone call after arrival; health monitoring at the traveller’s place of residence, or quarantine in a hospital for 14 days
JamaicaImmigration - Quarantine measures
Those who entered Jamaica from countries of concern on or after 18 March, are required to self-quarantine for a total of 21 days from the date of arrival. Countries of concern listed by Jamaica include the UK, Canada, USA, China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Singapore, Spain, France and Germany. All persons over the age of 75 must self-isolate at home until 9 April. No gatherings of more than 10 people in any one place is permitted.
All travellers who display any symptom of COVID-19, as per the case definition published by the Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation, will be placed in immediate isolation at a health facility.