Travellers will no longer be required to obtain a travel pass to enter T&T come June 1 as the system will be discontinued. It’s the latest easing of COVID-19 restrictions in the country, however, negative tests are still required prior to entry.
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Speaking during Wednesday’s virtual press conference, Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh said the move is attributed to an ongoing plateau in COVID-19 hospitalisations and what he said is “a waning of this acute phase of the pandemic.”
“What this means is that unvaxed nationals and non-nationals can enter Trinidad and Tobago so you don’t have to prove your vaccination status, however, you do have to provide either a negative PCR or an antigen test 48 hours prior to entry,” he said.
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However, he said their is also a provision for people without a test to enter the country
“In the absence of a test that person will be asked to go into state-supervised quarantine at their cost and provide a negative PCR or antigen at any time during their quarantine period as a condition of release before going home,” he said