The information center in Portmore is closing as the tests for staff members are positive for COVID-19.
Today, the Ministry of Health included a 21-year-old woman, St. Catherine, among the last two cases.
In a brochure for employees, Alorica, a business process outsourcing company, said she also learned about the positive test today.
However, she said the employee has not been at work since Monday, April 6, and will remain there until permission to return is received.
The company also informed the staff that the Portmore facility will undergo a thorough cleaning and sanitation process over the weekend.
It also reported that people who had been in direct contact with an infected employee were informed and would remain in contact with them to ensure their well-being and confirm their health status.
In the meantime, the company said that the Ministry of Health would inspect the facility on Tuesday and that staff would be notified when they should return to work next week.
"We are sharing this information with you immediately, not to alert you, but to warn, scare, terrorize, and rumor," a management spokesman told employees in a memo.
The Company further stated that individuals should use their own judgment in determining whether to consult a health care provider.
"We are thinking of this person and anyone else who may be injured," the spokesman said.
Jamaica recorded two more cases of Coronavirus on Good Friday, bringing the number of victims to 65.
Of those, 34 were men and 31 were women.
The ministry said one of the patients, who is currently in the hospital, is in critical condition.
Source : jamaica-gleaner