Jamaica has recorded six new COVID-19 cases, bringing the island’s total number of confirmed cases to 6-hundred and 84.

In a statement, the Health and Wellness Ministry says the new cases include two males and four females from addresses in Westmoreland, St James, Hanover, Trelawny and the Corporate Area.

It says four are imported cases having arrived on flights from the US and two are contacts of confirmed cases.

The Ministry says five additional persons have recovered from the virus, bringing the total number of recoveries to 5-hundred and 26.

It says of the total number of cases, 1-hundred and 71 are imported, 2-hundred and 31 are contacts of confirmed cases and 39 are local transmission cases not epidemiologically linked.

According to the Health and Wellness Ministry, 2-hundred and 36 of the cases are related to the workplace cluster in St. Catherine and 7 are under investigation.