Trinidad And Tobago Discontinues Journey Cross And Testing Requirement

Following the discontinuation of the TT Journey Cross system on June 1, 2022, Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Well being has introduced that as of July 1, vacationers will now not be required to offer a destructive COVID-19 check.

In a press convention on Tuesday, Minister of Well being, Terrence Deyalsingh stated “The Honourable Performing Prime Minister Colm Imbert has authorised me to advise the nation that as Friday 1 July (the day after tomorrow) the necessity for PCR /Antigen testing to enter Trinidad and Tobago will likely be stopped.” Previous to this, vacationers coming into Trinidad and Tobogao wanted to both present a destructive PCR or antigen check. In the event that they no check was offered earlier than journey, passengers might enter a state accredited quarantine facility to have a check performed on the traveler’s expense.

Journey Cross system was discontinued on June 1 citing a plateauing within the variety of COVID-19 circumstances, together with different supporting regional and worldwide knowledge. In an earlier press convention, Minister Deyalsingh famous that circumstances have leveled off to round 200 circumstances per day, saying that they “are seeing a waning of this acute section of the pandemic”, however reminded vacationers and residents that COVID-19 pandemic continues to be not over.

At this stage, the one coverage nonetheless in place is using face masks. Vacationers will solely be required to put on masks if they’re flying into Trinidad and Tobago, or on sure outbound flights (relying on the airline and vacation spot).

[Featured Photo: TT Travel Pass (screenshot)]

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