Barbados, US Virgin Islands and Trinidad and Tobago, all famous tourist destinations in the Caribbean, have announced that restrictions on travel related to Covid have been lifted.

The government of Barbados has eliminated a quarantine period of 3 days requirement for unvaccinated travellers who get a negative certificate for Covid on arrival at the Airport. 

Visitors visiting the United States Virgin Islands won’t have to complete the form required by the USVI Travel Screening Portal. Tourists will still be required to produce evidence of immunisation or a negative test performed within 5 days of arriving.

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