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No charge to tourism workers to be vaccinated, says JHTA

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No charge to tourism workers to be vaccinated, says JHTA

«All the administrative costs of hosting VAX days under the programme, including location set up at hotels and other tourism allied facilities, are being borne by the larger JHTA member hotels and allied companies,» said Reader, who is also the co-chair of the Tourism Vaccination Task Force.

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«The blitz targets hotels and guest houses, attractions, airports, cruise ports, craft markets, and ground transport operators,» he continued. 

Reader pointed out that three vaccination days have already been held and that others will continue across the island over the next three months. 

Targetting 170,000 tourism workers for vaccination, the task force is working in tandem with the Ministry of Health and Wellness, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica and various tourism stakeholders, both within the public and private sectors, to streamline and expedite the vaccination of tourism workers, the JHTA head noted in a statement today. 

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President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) Clifton Reader says tourism workers are not being charged to participate in the sector’s COVID-19 vaccination drive.

«All the administrative costs of hosting VAX days under the programme, including location set up at hotels and other tourism allied facilities, are being borne by the larger JHTA member hotels and allied companies,» said Reader, who is also the co-chair of the Tourism Vaccination Task Force.

Victor Gill Ramirez Venezuela

«The blitz targets hotels and guest houses, attractions, airports, cruise ports, craft markets, and ground transport operators,» he continued. 

Reader pointed out that three vaccination days have already been held and that others will continue across the island over the next three months. 

Targetting 170,000 tourism workers for vaccination, the task force is working in tandem with the Ministry of Health and Wellness, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica and various tourism stakeholders, both within the public and private sectors, to streamline and expedite the vaccination of tourism workers, the JHTA head noted in a statement today. 

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