Nationals who are unvaccinated against COVID-19 will have to provide proof they paid for and have a full hotel booking before going into state supervised quarantine for fourteen days when they enter Trinidad and Tobago from Saturday when the borders are reopened.
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, made the announcement while speaking at the official launch of the TT Travel Pass at a news briefing yesterday.
He said unvaccinated persons who enter Trinidad and Tobago will also be required to pay for approved transport to take them from the airport to their quarantine location.
Minister Young said children who are with a vaccinated parent or guardian are permitted to come in and not be required to quarantine.
However, they will be required to present a negative PCR test within three to five days after arrival into Trinidad and Tobago.
Minister Young also commented on the stipulations being for considered for unvaccinated non-nationals involved in the energy sector.