Jamaica’s tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases has increased by 14.
The Ministry of Health and Wellness says Jamaica has now recorded 652 cases of the highly contagious respiratory illness.
The new cases are all imported and are comprised of four males and ten females, with ages ranging from 20 to 72 years.
They arrived on flights from the United States.
Six of the cases are non-residents, five with accommodations in St. James and one in Westmoreland.
The others are from Clarendon, St. Catherine, St. Ann, Kingston and St. Andrew, Manchester, and St Mary.
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