Children who are below the age of 12 will no longer be required to take a PCR test in order to enter the nation, according to an announcement made by Health Minister Chris Fearne.
The minister of health said the limit was lifted in response to a parliament inquiry on Tuesday in order to encourage more visitors and families to the nation.
During the pandemic, all children below the age of 12 to were required to submit a negative PCR test. This was due to the fact that the vaccine could not be given to children below the age of 12.
He stated that an agreement was struck with the tourist ministry after additional limitations were removed and no rise in instances was seen.
The minister has indicated that the new regulations will begin to take effect on June 6th.
Fearne also made the announcement on Tuesday that the restrictions regarding social separation at childcare centres will be eliminated from June 6.