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Automated Immigration Service Won't Threaten Nat'l Security

National Security Minister Peter Bunting has given assurance that the introduction of automated immigration kiosks in Jamaica will not put the nation's safety at risk.

At the same time, Bunting said Jamaicans worried about the threat of the deadly Ebola virus have nothing to worry about as a special method of screening, which is supported by the automated system in the kiosks, has been designed to capture the travel history and nationalities of arriving passengers.

Ten of the kiosks, which were unveiled yesterday, have been placed at the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, St James, and five at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston as part of the Government's thrust to improve border management and speed up the processing time for travellers.

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