Howdy! Today we switch gears and bring you the latest update on travel to the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda who will require visitors to be vaccinated as of October 1st.
Here is the update according to the Caribbean Journal:
Antigua and Barbuda is updating its travel protocols beginning October 1st, Caribbean Journal has learned. Most notably, all arriving passengers are required to have received at least one dose of a World Health Organization-approved vaccine in order to enter the country. That does not apply to children below the age of 18, however. All travelers will need to show proof of a negative PCR test taken and received within four days of their flight to Antigua. Children below the age of five do not require a test, however. Fully vaccinated visitors (meaning those for whom at least two weeks have passed since their final vaccine dose) will be allowed to stay at the country “bio safe/certified accommodations. “Partially vaccinated visitors (those who have received only one dose of a two-dose vaccine) will be allowed to stay only at COVID-19 certified accommodation and lodging.
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