Sandals Resorts International has provided the Jamaican government with access to a 52-room hotel Sandals Carlyle.
The property will be used as an isolation centre for patients who have recovered but still need additional space to be monitored before returning home.
The move is part of wider support from Sandals for governments in the Caribbean in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Both the Sandals Foundation and Sandals Resorts are working to assist where possible.
The Sandals Foundation, the non-profit charitable arm of Sandals Resorts International, has to date partnered with and donated JMD$5million to the private sector organisation of Jamaica in order to purchase ventilators for hospitals in the country.
Sandals Resorts is also providing transportation for healthcare professionals in western Jamaica.
Both Sandals Resorts and the Sandals Foundation will continue to provide assistance where possible across the Caribbean, the company said in a statement.
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