Antigua and Barbuda has established a “travel bubble” that will allow citizens from several CARICOM states to travel to the island without needing to present COVID-19 tests and certificates upon entry.
A government statement noted that citizens from the OECS, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Jamaica will be included in this bubble. The citizens of these CARICOM countries, upon entry, will be made to undergo non-invasive temperature tests.
“All other persons of every citizenship who intend to travel to Antigua after July 7, 2020, are required to undertake a COVID-19 test that is no more than 7 days old prior to travel, and to have a certificate showing that they have tested negative,” the statement added
Extract from CARICOM BUSINESS Newsletter Vol 3 No 28
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