(CMR) Jamaica's COVID-19 cases now stand at 665, up six as of Monday (June 22).
The new cases have primarily been attributed to persons who recently arrived in the country following the boarders reopening on June 1.
In a release from the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW) on Monday (June 22), the four of the latest cases are imported while the other two are import-related.
According to the MOHW, one arrived on a flight from the United States and the other three from cruise ships.
There are currently 129 active cases in Jamaica, the island has a COVID-19 recovery rate of close to 80%