Although government has discontinued the TT Travel Pass, the Airports Authority (AATT) is advising that all travellers (vaccinated and unvaccinated) still need to present a negative Covid-19 test on arrival to Trinidad and Tobago.
The AATT, via a release, said, “International travellers are advised that they must still present either a negative PRC or antigen test to their relevant airline at the point of departure.
The test should be taken no longer than 48 hours prior to entry into T&T.
According to the Ministry of Health, passengers who do not present a negative Covid test must go into state-supervised quarantine upon their arrival, at their cost and must provide a negative PCR or antigen test, at any time during their quarantine period, to be released.”
The Authority said responsibility now falls under the remit of the airlines to ensure that the requirements are met by all passengers. It added that travellers must always check with their airlines for destination requirements.