Haitians who arrived in Jamaica by boat, quarantined
Superintendent Duane Wellington, head of the Portland Police
The four Haitians, who arrived in Portland by boat Wednesday morning, have been quarantined.
They were initially taken to the Errol Flynn Marina.
It is understood that the Haitians were at sea for 16 days.
Superintendent Duane Wellington, head of the Portland Police, told RJR News the Haitians arrived about 10:30 a.m. in the St. Margaret’s Bay area.
He said they will remain under quarantine until the relevant medical tests are done.