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Jamaica open for business: Gov’t and major ports reopen

Most government agencies and major airports in Jamaica have reopened following the passage of hurricane Beryl.

In a release from Jamaica House on Thursday (July 4), Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, said that government ministries,departments and agencies are slated to resume operations today.

While the government said it was open for business and encouraged public sector workers to report to the office, it noted that attendance at work was not mandatory if circumstances did not allow.

Among the places open, include the Sangster International Airport, the Ian Fleming International Airport and the three aerodromes.

President of the Airports Authority of Jamaica, Audley Diedrich confirmed that two of the three international airports had reopened this morning at 8:00 a.m. despite minor damage in some of these facilities.

The Norman Manley International Airport(NMIA) is to reopen on Friday at 5:00 a.m.

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