Jamaica now has 732 confirmed cases of COVID-19, having recorded four new cases in the last 24 hours.
In a statement, the Health and Wellness Ministry says the new cases include one male and three females with ages ranging from one to 59 years old.
It says three of the cases are imported, having arrived recently on flights from the US.
And the Ministry says the fourth case is a contact of an imported case residing in St. James.
The Ministry also says 15 more people have recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 584.
According the Ministry, the nation’s COVID-19 recovery rate is now 79-point eight percent.
And it says there are no moderately not critically ill patient at this time.
The Health and Wellness Ministry says the health departments across the island are currently following 310 close contacts of confirmed cases.
It says 11 persons-of-interest remain quarantined at government facilities and 6-thousand 336 are in home quarantine.
It says of the total number of cases, 216 are imported cases, 234 of the cases are contacts of confirmed cases and 39 are local transmission cases not epidemiologically linked.
The Ministry says 236 cases are related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine and seven under investigation.