Jamaica has launched a compulsory ‘end-to-end' travel insurance plan that provides visitors with emergency medical and crisis response services For the price of $40 per person, the cover comes courtesy of a "public-private partnership" with emergency services firm Global Rescue, according to Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica's tourism minister. "I think this is a world-class programme for end-to-end security for the health and well-being of all our visitors and Jamaicans alike," Bartlett said. "This is a response that truly speaks to building resilience and enabling destinations to be able ...
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