The TTravel Pass, which was necessary for all travelers to enter Trinidad and Tobago, will be phased out. Visitors who have not been immunized must provide the findings of a negative PCR or antigen test performed 48 hours before their arrival. Vaccination documentation is necessary for visitors who have been vaccinated.

The demand that everyone wear masks remains in effect. More than half of the population has received their vaccines.

According to a statement made by the country’s health officials, the TTravel Pass, which was formerly required of visitors until it was phased out, will no longer be valid in Trinidad and Tobago. 

Travelers must show either confirmation of immunization or the results of a test performed within the preceding 48 hours that came back negative. The rule of wearing a mask is still in existence in the two-island country.

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