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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DISC_JAMAICA
16.7% of disc_jamaica's followers are female and 83.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0%. The average number of likes per post is 14 and the average number of comments is 1.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR DISC_JAMAICA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF DISC_JAMAICA
- Beauty & Fashion 76.63 %
- How-to & Style 70.40 %
- Fitness & Yoga 48.64 %
- Travel & Tourism 45.89 %
- Entertainment 43.00 %
- Business & Careers 42.13 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 41.67 %
- Tobacco & Smoking 41.67 %
- Music 40.08 %
- Sports 39.94 %
- Movies and TV 38.61 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 35.18 %
- Children & Family 34.82 %
- Art & Design 34.57 %
Jamaica is known and loved by travellers for its relaxed atmosphere and exotic beaches like Seven Mile Beach in Negril. Other than the stunning beaches and spectacular sunsets, there are other exciting reasons to schedule a Jamaica getaway. On this island, you can experience a unique and vibrant Caribbean culture saturated with music, dance, and great food. In the town of Negril, you’ll find lots of opportunities to try unique excursions like the Black River Boat Safari (see the crocodiles!) and the One Love Bus Bar Crawl. Seeing the cliff divers at Rick’s Café in Negril is also a must-visit attraction… that is, if you even feel the need to step out of your resort at all! Options like the all-inclusive Sandals Negril offers everything you’ll need out of a Caribbean vacay including free day and night entertainment, unlimited land sports, motorized water sports, state-of-the-art fitness centers, plenty of options for gourmet dining, and enough bars to make any aspiring bar connoisseur happy (all drinks are included in your stay!). Whatever you decide to do in Negril, it’s sure to be sunny with a side of bliss! http://ow.ly/ketQ50BX9n3
Jamaica to receive Remdesivir for the treatment of COVID-19 The first batch of the antiviral drug Remdesivir is expected to arrive in the island next week, says director of health services and pin the ministry of health and wellness, Dr Nadine Williams. The move follows Jamaica's approval of the drug for the treatment of coronavirus (COVID-19) patients in the public health system. It will only be administered to patients who have been hospitalised and have consented to receive it, and only under the controls of a study or emergency licence authorisation.http://ow.ly/tpCb50BVWEO
Stop by for some fresh fruit on Spur Tree Hill, Manchester and meet @kareensutherland #jamaica #caribbean
Cayman Airways adds more flights straight through to January Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has confirmed the repatriation flight schedule for travel in November and December 2020, as well as for travel in January 2021, between Grand Cayman and Miami, Kingston, and La Ceiba. Additionally, for November travel and beyond, customers can now book inbound repatriation flights directly through Cayman Airways at http://ow.ly/axYL50BV90f or by calling 345-949-2311. However, entry approval from Travel Cayman is still required for inbound travel to the Cayman Islands, which is each passengers’ sole responsibility to secure prior to travel, before or after booking flights. http://ow.ly/ZfhH50BV90h
Sandals Reopens Royal Plantation Resort in Jamaica Sandals Resorts International has officially reopened its Sandals Royal Plantation boutique resort in Jamaica, Caribbean Journal has learned. The ultra-luxe all-inclusive began welcoming guests last week. The relaunch marks the 11th resort that Sandals has reopened since the onset of the pandemic. “The recent reopening of Sandals Royal Plantation is a testament to our team members’ hard work and dedication to get back to doing what they love to do best, which is making our guests happy,” Gordon “Butch” Stewart, Chairman & Founder of Sandals Resorts International, told Caribbean Journal. “We’ve even coined a little saying that we’re all ‘Back to Happy’ in celebration. Not only are we happy to be back, but our guests are also very happy to be back with us. With its boutique feel, privacy and rich history, Sandals Royal Plantation will continue to exceed our guests’ expectations for years to come.” http://ow.ly/pLQC50BT3sA #SandalsResorts #Jamaica #Caribbean
Jamaica voted editors choice http://ow.ly/tiZU50BS2q7
How the air travel industry is scrambling to convince people to fly Airlines offering Covid-19 testing show us what the future of flying might look like. Airlines and airports are incorporating Covid-19 testing into travel In the US, airlines including United, American Airlines, and Hawaiian Airlines are offering options for Covid-19 testing to passengers traveling to the state of Hawaii. These will include at-home tests, drive-through testing, and in-person tests at the airport. With a negative result in hand, travelers will be exempted from the state’s two-week quarantine requirements for new arrivals. American Airlines plans to roll out similar programs for some people traveling to Jamaica and Costa Rica. http://ow.ly/hRuV50BS2jr
Travellers to Jamaica from Cayman: Be aware of these requirements Cayman Airways is reminding its customers traveling from Grand Cayman to Kingston of the following requirements: Persons traveling to Jamaica must secure a Travel Authorization from the Jamaican Government prior to checking in for a flight. The application can be completed online via the following links: For Jamaican nationals: http://ow.ly/eM1L50BQR9U For non-Jamaicans: http://ow.ly/RQdp50BQR9Y Passengers who do not present the required travel authorization when checking in for their flight, will not be able to travel. Upon arrival in Jamaica, passengers from Cayman will NOT be required to undergo a COVID-19 test but will be subject to a health screening and risk assessments by Jamaican health authorities. All passengers are required to wear a face mask throughout the airport in Kingston. http://ow.ly/Xzf450BQRaI
Jamaica expands testing requirements for travellers Travellers to Jamaica now have the choice of presenting a negative COVID-19 Antigen test or a negative PCR test upon arrival to the island. The new measure took effect from October 10. This process replaces the prior requirement for travellers to upload COVID-19 test results as part of the Travel Authorisation process. Testing must be performed by an accredited lab and results must be presented to the air carrier prior to boarding a flight to Jamaica as well as upon arrival. Current high-risk areas include Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama and the United States. In addition to the revised entry measures, travellers are now able to visit COVID-compliant attractions located inside and outside of the Resilient Corridors, using transportation licensed under the Tourist Board Act. The full list of attractions is available on the VisitJamaica website. http://ow.ly/XsZe50BPOJo
Jamaica minister of tourism calls for digital overhaul of sector Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has underscored the need for tourism interests around the world to embrace and leverage a new ‘smart tourism’ model. Only then could the sector return to success in the post-Covid-19 era, he argued. The minister was speaking at SAHIC - a two-day hotel investment conference taking place in Panama City and organised by Bench Events. Bartlett said: “In the long-term, this crisis presents us with an opportunity to harness the potential of digitalisation to drive new tourism experiences. “In the absence of physical travelling experiences, millions of people in quarantine have been seeking out cultural and travel experiences from their homes.” http://ow.ly/MYc050BNZg9
Sandals, Beaches Offering Free Travel Insurance and Cancellation Protection Sandals and Beaches Resorts have further enhanced the Book With Confidence program this fall, adding a complimentary travel insurance plan for guests booking now through December 31, 2020, for travel through May 31, 2021. The Travel Protection Plan powered by Trip Mate covers potential medical expenses incurred during a guest's stay in the Caribbean due to illness, condition and/or accident, including in the event that they contract COVID-19. The coverage also includes any necessary ambulance transportation to and/or from the hospital and medical evacuation to the closest hospital capable of providing treatment for acute or life-threatening illness or injury with a maximum benefit of up to $100,000 per person. Following treatment, the plan will cover transportation to return home if the evacuation is approved by the Program Medical Advisor. http://ow.ly/c3R250BMTwk
Sandals Resorts Announce More Resort Openings This Month Signaling the continued strength for Caribbean Tourism, Sandals Resorts International announced that it would usher in four more resort openings throughout October. Beginning this week, Sandals Grenada and Sandals South Coast will welcome visitors on October 1, 2020. Following in this week’s footsteps, Sandals Royal Plantation will officially open to guests on October 8, followed by Beaches Turks & Caicos on October 14. The lineup will join presently opened: Sandals Grande Antigua, Sandals Montego Bay, Sandals Royal Caribbean, Sandals Negril, Sandals Grande St. Lucian, and Sandals Regency LaToc, Sandals Royal Barbados, and Sandals Barbados bringing the total to 13 luxury-included resorts open across the Caribbean. http://ow.ly/39Ys50BLTX2
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