Several Beaches & Rivers Across Jamaica Now Closed Due To Covid-19!

As the number of corona virus cases in Jamaica continue to rise the government is combating the spread by limiting public gatherings wherever necessary.

Hence, as of Friday, August 14th, several beaches and rivers have been closed, and will remain so for a period of two weeks. Below are the names and locations of the beaches and rivers that are closed.

BEACHES:
Kingston and St Andrew – Bob Marley
St. Catherine – Hellshire
Clarendon – Farquharson
Manchester –Alligator Pond
St. Elizabeth – Great Bay
Westmoreland – Blue Fields and Norman Manley
Trelawny – Burwood, Jacob Taylor, Half Moon Bay, and Victoria Charlot
St. Ann – Turtle Tower, Ocho Rios, Fantasy, Cardiff Hall and Flavour
Portland – Winnifred, Frenchman’s Cove and Boston

RIVERS:
Kingston and St Andrew – Cane River, Penfield, Grove, Hope
St. Catherine – Caymanas, Natural Paradise
Clarendon – Salt River, Cockpit
Manchester – Alligator Pond, Noisy River, Gutters, Oxford
Westmoreland – Sweet River
St. Ann – Little Dunn’s River
St. Mary – Spanish River and Blue Hole
St. Thomas – Yallahs, Reggae Falls, Roaring River

1 thought on “Several Beaches & Rivers Across Jamaica Now Closed Due To Covid-19!

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