On April 4, the majority of the health restrictions that had been placed in Trinidad and Tobago were lifted. Beaches, rivers, places of worship, restaurants, gyms, casinos, nightclubs, and bars are some examples of public venues that are now safe for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people to congregate in.
People are still compelled to wear masks in public, except in situations in which they are participating in sports. Even though PCR tests are no longer required, passengers must still produce documentation that they have undergone antigen testing to be admitted. Despite this, non-citizens who have not got the requisite illness immunizations will be denied entry.