On June 1, three additional Caribbean destinations modified their entry criteria for tourists, which went into effect on June 1.
Barbados has now eliminated the three-day quarantine period for unvaccinated visitors who test negative at the airport on arrival, which it had previously implemented for vaccinated travelers.
If a traveler tests positive, he or she must quarantine until a negative result is verified.
All unvaccinated visitors must produce a negative PCR or antigen test within three days of arrival in Barbados.
The government of Trinidad and Tobago has discontinued the TTravel Pass. Travelers who have not been vaccinated must provide a negative PCR or antigen test taken 48 hours before arrival. Visitors who have been immunized must present proof of it.
The wearing of masks has been authorized once again. Over 50% of the population has been immunized against Covid.
All visitors to the United States Virgin Islands need not go through the USVI Travel Screening Portal.
Unvaccinated visitors must provide proof of immunization. Unvaccinated visitors must take a negative antigen or PCR test within five days of arrival.